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  1. Donation frequency
  2. Uses of money given to homelesses
  3. Feasibility marks

Nowadays, precarious situations in France are more and more frequent. Unfortunately, French streets welcomed more than 141.400 homeless people in 2014. Helped by charities and refuges, it doesn't allow all of them to be supported. Moreover, the French affirm to be less willing to give money to tramps. In fact, 11% of the undergraduates at Ieseg feel too much solicited. However, 72% of whom were asked said they feel sorry when they see a tramp but 96% of them declare not giving money more than « sometimes » as you can see in the graph below. Thus, so as to help homeless people going through living in misery, we decided to build our feasibility project on a charity action, more precisely we want to aid homeless by distributing food packs in the streets. To set up our project, we need to involve as many people as possible in the school, and our survey clarified the way it could be held.

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