Colette Sharp


So far this year I helped provide


Bed for a night


Welcome Packs


Session with a Mental Health Support Worker


London & South East

I'm taking part in the LandAid SleepOut

On the 11th March, I am taking part in the LandAid Virtual SleepOut to raise money to help support young people who are homeless.

The Covid-19 crisis has had an immense effect on all of us, on our daily lives, our businesses, our sense of security. The impact of the pandemic can be felt even more acutely by young people facing homelessness.

In London the number of young people sleeping rough on the streets has risen by 47% since the start of the pandemic.
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.

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7th sleep out...

Monday 1st Mar
On Thursday 11th March I will be taking part in my 7th Sleep out to raise funds to help end homelessness. 1 night of an uncomfortable sleep, is worth every second to help someone from ever being homeless, or to get someone off the streets and into a place of safety.

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Mark Woods



Great, well done ⭐️


Colette Williamson

Well done Colette!! Awesome work again. X


Margaret Woods

Good luck, hope it's not too cold x



Don't get blown away. Well done lovely.xx


Sarah Truett

Well done Collette. You are a superhero!


Mark L

Great cause - good luck and make sure the diary isn't too full the next day!



Well done everyone!


Claire Cowan

Well done lovely. Amazing thing to do x


Kate Fowler

Brrrrr.... I’m not a fan of tents, even in the summer - good on ya!




Mike Newman

Great cause well done


Jon Wiles

Hidden in front of our eyes.


Marcin Woch