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‘YokeEasy’ brings hope to marginalised

A young Christian couple have launched a pioneering new initiative to train up young people ready for employment – and to give brunch vouchers to those in need.


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Loren and Duncan sampling one of their breakfasts

Working from a lively brunch stand at a popular south London market, YokeEasy will support NEETs (those Not in Education, Employment or Training) as they gain skills in kitchen hygiene, food preparation, plus other career skills, and are mentored as a whole person. Loren said: ‘We have a passion for young, marginalised, disengaged youth. We want to help people as whole people, and bring the yoke that is easy and the burden which is the joy of God to these young people.’