Collective sleepout to raise awareness of homelessness

The big Manchester Sleepout sees hundreds of people sleep rough for 12 hours in order to highlight some of the hardships that homeless people have to face every single night.

In 2016, 250 people slept out raising over £60,000 for the Booth Centre – a charity that works hard to bring about positive change in the lives of people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, and help them plan for and realise a better future.

This year’s Sleepout will take place on Friday 10th November at Manchester Cathedral and you’re invited to take part.

Sleepers are asked to pay a small registration fee and raise £150.00 towards the work of the Booth Centre. Individuals and teams can register via the simple form below.

Stuart Goulden

Lead Consultant