As the nights get longer and colder, my thoughts are constantly drawn back to the homeless who will have to face the full force of our harsh and wet British climate on the streets. On 2nd October I will be sleeping outside for one night to try and raise money for those who don't have a warm bed or comfortable home. We often take these things for granted whilst in our midst are people who have lost everything. Please help me to raise money to give rough sleepers a chance of a warm shelter and hot food, by donating on my fundraising page to Glass Door.

Glass Door runs London's largest emergency winter night shelter network, providing a safe, warm place to sleep for up to 170 men and women a night in partnership with churches across West London. Year-round, men and women with nowhere else to turn can find drop-in centres during the day and the support they need to end their homelessness.

In the midst of this pandemic, when we are all so caught up in protecting ourselves and our loved ones, it is easy to forget that homeless people are constantly fighting for their lives on the streets every day. However, we must not brush this problem under the carpet as the situation can't improve without your help. Let's all help to give the homeless the support they need to get off the streets because everyone deserves to live a life with dignity and respect.

So please give some money to this worthy cause; any donations will help to make a difference.

James Hunter