Bridlington Street Angels are looking for more volunteers to help and support people in need.
They patrol around the town centre, harbour and the Spa on a Saturday, from 10pm to 2.30am, once a month.
The initiative launched in Bridlington in 2013.
Phil Gowland, Chairman of Bridlington Street Angels, said:
"Hopefully we'll have enough people to undertake a patrol every week; because usually when we go out, there's at least three people in a patrol.
So if we wanted, let's say, four patrols a month to cover most weekends, we need at least 12 people who would only do once a month.
Since we started crime levels have reduced which is fantastic.
I think when we're out on the streets, we've been able to help them get a taxi, help them find their friends if they become separated.
We also help guide people who are homeless as well."
Phil has been speaking to Yorkshire Coast Radio's Karen Liu - click here
All Street Angels volunteers have to:
Anyone who wants to become a Street Angel can call 0845 203 4510 or visit: http://bridlingtonstreetangels.weebly.com/