ARE YOU HOMELESS, SOFA SURFING OR AT RISK?

A participant at Sleep Out 2017

Sleep Out

For over ten years, Centrepoint supporters have been swapping their beds for sleeping bags to raise money and awareness for homeless young people.

In 2018, you, your friends and your company can be a part of it. Register your interest for one of our events across the country or put on a Sleep Out of your own.

Be a part of Sleep Out in 2018

While Sleep Out doesn't aim to replicate homelessness, it does give you an insight into the challenges faced by those sleeping rough. Become part of the Sleep Out movement at our events in London, Manchester, Barnsley, Bradford and Sunderland this winter.

Need more info? Contact our Events team

Community Sleep Out London

Families and groups of friends across London are joining together to raise funds and awareness for homeless young people.

Corporate Sleep Out London

Get your colleagues together to take on the challenge of sleeping out for the night a stone's throw from the O2 Arena. 

Sleep Out Manchester

This year's event will take place at the incredible Victoria Baths. Join us to help break the cycle of homelessness.

Sleep Out Barnsley

After a very successful debut in 2017, Sleep Out is returning to Oakwell Stadium.

Sleep Out Bradford

Sleep Out in Bradford, where Centrepoint supports 150 homeless young people every day.

Sleep Out Sunderland

Swap your bed for a sleeping bag to help break the cycle of homelessness the North East. 

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PUT ON YOUR OWN SLEEP OUT

Bring together a dream team of friends, family and colleagues to put on your own Sleep Out and give homeless young people a future. Whether sleeping out at your school, youth group or in your community, we've got all the tips you need to host the perfect event.

Put on your own Sleep Out

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Extreme Sleep Out

This June, travel writer Phoebe Smith and her team are sleeping out suspended from some of Britain’s most iconic landmarks to help give homeless young people a future.

The adventurers will sleep high in the sky on small platforms called portaledges, rigged at heights of up to 300 metres, at ten vertigo-inducing wonders across the UK.

Support the team