Strictly Come Dancing’s Neil Jones, Virtual Pub Quizmaster Jay Flynn, and graffiti artist Opake shared their inspiring stories of overcoming homelessness for our new social media campaign #MyBreakthrough.
Footballing stars John Stones, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Sir Geoff Hurst, Beth Mead and Micah Richards, were joined by comedian Jack Whitehall, England rugby pro Ugo Monye, TV personality Mark Wright and many more familiar faces, to support this year’s Christmas campaign.
Six charities have come together to put pressure on the government to help end homelessness.
Centrepoint’s Sleep Out is fast approaching, but there’s still time for you and your business to join us in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on 21 November. And if you’re still not sure whether to don your thermals and sign up, let ludlowthompson, one of our longest serving corporate Sleep Out partners, convince you.
Vicky Pattison, presenter, author and influencer, stayed awake all night to raise money for homeless young people across the country.
Over the Christmas period last year, an estimated 22,000 young people sought help because they were homeless or at risk of homelessness. Centrepoint’s policy and research officer Billy Harding discusses new research into the experiences of homeless young people across England and Wales.
Sleep Out has finally begun, and we’re seeing people grabbing their thermals up and down the country to join us in raising money for London’s homeless young people. But if you’re new to Sleep Out, you may have some questions – should you go to work the next day? What’s the most important thing to bring? And how can you hit your fundraising target? Here, some of our regular corporate Sleep Out-ers give you their best tips and tricks to get you through the night and beyond.
And with last night’s grand finale in Manchester, Centrepoint’s Sleep Out is over for another year. We had large numbers of people from both corporations and community bringing their sleeping bags along the join us at events up and down the country this year - including one of our long-serving corporate partners, The Co-operative Bank. Here's why they get involved year after year.
Last night Centrepoint took part in the National Housing Hustings, with current and former residents given the opportunity to get answers to vital questions on the housing crisis.
Research shows more and more homeless young people are turning to the night bus as a place for shelter - but they can be an incredibly dangerous place to be.