UK Cypriot Cemal Ezel awarded a OBE in the KIngs Birthday Honours

Turkish Cypriot Cemal Ezel was awarded a OBE the founder of Change Please. started in 2015 aiming to end homelessness through the power of employment.
Ezel has been awarded for services to Social Enterprise and to Homeless People.
100% of our profits and donations of Change Please. goes towards helping those experiencing homelessness, especially women with children, by training them to become baristas – giving them the support, job prospects and self belief they need to thrive.
Since 2015 the company has been come an national wise success and now moved onto the global platform, winning World’s Best Social Enterprise 2018. Listed by Bloomberg as the World’s most promising startup, Change Please was also Sir Richard Branson’s 2018 “Start Up of The Year” in The Sunday Times and they’ve recently won the Queen’s Excellence award for Social Mobility 2019.
With now sites across the UK, Paris, Ireland and Australia, Change Please are having an impact to the lives of homeless people on an international basis.