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Organise your own fundraiser

Your fundraising efforts are what make us able to give homeless young people a future.

We're constantly amazed by the dedication and imagination of our fundraisers, so whatever your idea to help us support more young people, we'll be behind you all the way.

Fundraise for Centrepoint

Getting together with friends, family and neighbours or taking on a personal challenge is a great way to support Centrepoint. Whether you're jumping out of a plane or rustling up a brilliant bake-off, your fundraising challenge will be helping us support even more homeless young people.


Join Team Centrepoint

When you're part of Team Centrepoint, we’re here to support you every step of the way. Our dedicated events team will be available to help you with fundraising advice and training tips, and will provide you with t-shirts, running vests, and anything else you might need. To get started, fill out the event registration form to let us know what you’re planning.

Register your event or fundraiser

Don't fancy planning an event? Join one of ours!

Events Calendar

You can join Team Centrepoint at one of our organised events 

Sleep Out

Looking to organise something with your colleagues? Join us at Sleep Out!

Already planning your own event? Let us know!

If you’re organising your own fundraiser, we’d love to hear from you. Just email the events team to let us know as much as you can about your event and how we can support you.

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Where your money goes

We believe in being responsible and transparent with our finances. The funds you raise mean we can help homeless young people now and in the future. They pay for our support services and help us invest in ways that bring us closer to ending youth homelessness.

For every £1 we receive in donations and fundraising, 76p goes directly on supporting young people, 23p goes on making sure we can support them in the future through fundraising and just 1p goes on administration and governance.

Our finances

Tori's fear less year

Tori came to Centrepoint after escaping violence at home. At just 15, she was hospitalised by her mother. Years after leaving our hostels for a home of her own, she chose an incredible way to give back to the charity that she said changed her life.