A pizza club for the homeless in Dublin is on the hunt for more volunteers.
It was set up over a year ago when two men decided to forgo the 12 pubs of Christmas in favour of handing out pizzas and chatting to rough sleepers.
Now 25 year old Cormac Noonan and 27 year old Martin Connolly say the Sunday supper club has grown and they need more help.
Cormac has told 98FM News the club helps people who aren't homeless to mix with those who are, to build relationships and help those who are less fortunate.
The pizzas are donated by Dominos and Apache pizza. Anyone who wants to help with the volunteer effort can contact Pizza Sunday Club on their web site, on Facebook and Twitter.
Cormac is urging people to try and organise their own version so that more people can be included.
"All people need are a couple of tables, get on to Dominos or Apache and see can they give some free pizzas.... get a bit of music and have a bit of fun."