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Sleep Out Information

The Cold truth


Sleep Out 2019


When: February 20th 2019
Where: The Liberty Stadium, Swansea

<<BackWhy A Sleep Out?

The Wave is inviting individuals and businesses to join The Cold Truth Sleepout and spend one night sleeping outside at our organised event to raise money and awareness of the issue of homelessness. The event is not a comparison to the life of a homeless person, but we do want to highlight some of the challenges faced.

What Should You Bring?

  • A sleeping bag
  • Lots of layers of warm and waterproof clothing
  • Waterproof Hats, gloves and scarves
  • Cardboard to put down under your sleeping bag
  • Water
  • Snacks and drinks (optional)

What Happens At The Event?

  • Participants arrive between 7pm and 8pm
  • There will be access to indoor toilets
  • Hot snacks provided free of charge during the evening courtesy of Costa Coffee
  • Hot drinks available during the night free of charge courtesy of Costa Coffee
  • From 11pm participants are asked to keep the noise to a minimum and settle down
  • A free hot breakfast snack provided between 6am and 7am courtesy of Costa Coffee

Fundraising

We are raising money for four homeless charities: You can raise money for all of them or select one charity

Matthew's House

Provides a ‘home’ in the heart of Swansea for those who are most vulnerable. A building that is known for providing a lifeline for the homeless and others who need it.

www.matthewshouse.org.uk

Zac’s Place

Over the years Zac’s Place has earned a reputation for providing a safe haven and an environment of pro-active care and concern for some of Swansea’s most alienated people.

www.zacsplace.org

Llamau

At Llamau we believe that no young person or vulnerable woman should ever have to experience homelessness. Our mission is to eradicate homelessness for young people and vulnerable women. But for thousands of the most vulnerable people in Wales, homelessness is a frightening reality.

https://www.llamau.org.uk/what-we-do

Trampface and Salute

Lee West & Paul O'Dwyer started Trampface in 2014 to raise awareness on the amount of ex military men & women who are sadly living on our streets. After 4 years and raising over £40,000 they decided to start a local not for profit organisation called SA1UTE with some other selfless fundraisers. This organisation is aimed at helping veterans within South Wales to get back on their feet, provide a helping hand and offer support where it's needed most.

https://en-gb.facebook.com/ TrampfaceSwansea/

 

We ask that each participant raise a minimum of £100 in sponsorship, in addition to the registration fee. The easiest way is through www.justgiving.com (this does not apply to Trampface and Salute.)

1.Select ‘start fundraising’ and log in/register

2. Select ‘Charity'  under 'What Are You Raising Money For?'

3. Select which charity you’d like to donate to

Llamau, Zac's Place or Matthew's House (search The Hill Church Matthew's House)

4. Select 'Organised Event' and create your 'Cold Truth Sleep Out 2019' page and start fundraising!

Alternatively you can download a sponsorship form here and raise money offline

Fundraise For Trampface and Salute

To raise money specifically for Trampface and Salute, please do it directly via this crowdfunding link and share it with your sponsors.

Trampface and Salute link

Alternatively you can download a sponsorship form here and raise money offline

Registraion Is Now Closed

 

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