Chris Blair

SleepOut 2024

So far, my fundraising for the SleepOut 2024 could provide a safe space for a young person to sleep for:





On Thursday 7 March, I am taking part in the LandAid SleepOut to raise money to help support young people who are homeless.

In 2022/2023, nearly 136,000 young people approached their council as they were homeless or at risk of homelessness. 

The cost of living crisis has had an immense effect on all of us. This has been felt even more acutely by young people facing homelessness. Reports from the charities that LandAid support have mentioned that they're facing not only a homelessness crisis, but a mental health one too.

Young people facing homelessness need our support more than ever.

LandAid bring the property industry together to support charities delivering life-changing services for young people who are or have been homeless, or who are at risk of homelessness in the future.

Your donation will help ensure that young people are brought in from the cold this winter.

Find out more about the cost of funding a safe place to sleep here

I'm taking part in the LandAid SleepOut 2024

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Thank you to my Sponsors


Kevin Mcgee


Sharon Johnson

Humbling and inspiring - thinking of you x


Ryan Blair


Ryan Blair


Alexander Chambers

Good luck Big Guy, keep warm.


Ellie Saunder


Helen Elizabeth Lupton


Rachel Simms

Good luck!


Margaret Blair

Well done


Karolina Tatarowicz

See you there :)


James Perrett

Well done Chris! Proud of you for doing this two years in a row. Make sure you get some sleep so that you have some energy for the Friday night :-).


Phil Saunder


Alison Chapman

Good luck Chris


Sue Connors

Well done Chris!


Julie Glumac

Hope it all goes well. A very worthy cause.


Joanne Wagg

Great cause Chris - good luck!


Bill Keith

embrace the experience and 'walk a mile' in a homeless persons shoes



Well done, Chris!