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Check out our different locations for the SleepOut 2023
Register for the SleepOut! £30 per person, or £40 for a family / household to SleepOut at Home .
Your minimum fundraising target is £166 - the cost of a bedspace for one month.
On Thursday 2 March. Wrap up warm, and join us at one of our 7 locations, or virtually from your home.
By taking part in the SleepOut, you'll be helping people like Zara.
Zara became homeless when she was just 16, and preparing to take her GCSEs...
Read more about Zara's story
- Martin & Anne Traynor just donated £31.20
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- Magdalen Thomson just donated £29
- Alexandra Treasure just donated £30.16
- JC just donated £11
- David Ramsden just donated £30
- Simon just donated £50
- Anonymous just donated £30
- simon hood just donated £100
- Anonymous just donated £104
- David M just donated £50
- Agency Meeting just donated £10
- Annie, Mac & Callum just donated £15
- G and Jens just donated £30
- Lydia Collins just donated £20.80
- Kay Cadman just donated £10.40
- Anton Charles Frost just donated £5
- Stephanie just donated £31.20
- Wendy McCausland just donated £5.20
How will you be making the events COVID secure?
Firstly, all of the venues are outside/open to the elements. As we know from the evidence so far, being outside is considerably safer than inside.
In addition, there will be plenty of space to social distance throughout the event.
Finally, we will be encouraging everyone to take a lateral flow test before attending the event.
Will this be the same as sleeping rough?
No - however, it will give you a small insight into what young people face each and every night.
Is there a registration fee and what does this cover?
Yes, the registration fee is £30 for individuals and £40 for a family/household.
By charging a registration fee, it helps us to raise even more money and ensures 100% of your fundraising goes directly to supporting young homeless people.
What does home mean to you?
Find out what it means to these young people who have experienced homelessness.