Sleep out at Sheffield Hallam University
So, join us for this one October night sleep out and help raise vital funds for the Pledge 150 campaign.
By coming together and raising money, we seek to emphasise the struggle and severity of pain homeless people go through every single night.
The sleep out will take place on the Charles Street Building outdoor deck on 11th October from 9pm - 7am but if weather conditions let us down this will be moved indoors to the Charles Street Building Atrium.
Teas and coffees will be provided on the day but please bring a sleeping bag and good mood!
Let’s make a difference together... To help to eradicate youth homelessness and change futures, we would ask for a minimum donation of £5 to attend the event and please add your name and
reference 'SHU Sleepout 'when you donate.
All proceeds from this event will go towards the Pledge 150 campaign. For more information, please contact SHU Help desk on 0114 225 4267 or email@example.com
RICS Pledge 150- Yorkshire & Humber
RICS and LandAid aim to raise £2.25 million and deliver 150 bed spaces across the UK by December 2018.
It costs around £15,000 to provide one bed space – we need your support to help us deliver our mission to end youth homelessness. You can be the reason that young people affected by homelessness can get the shelter and support they deserve.
Pledge to end youth homelessness
This year over 80,000 young people in the UK will be homeless. Homelessness doesn’t just mean sleeping on the streets, it’s a much wider issue. It means not having a place to call home, somewhere private, secure, decent and affordable and where you have a right to stay.
Youth homelessness is a problem that can be solved, and RICS, along with our professionals, can play a vital role. With investment in the right support services and secure accommodation, we can protect young people from facing life in an overcrowded hostel, moving from sofa to sofa or even on the streets.
Event already started
with gift aid: £311.25
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