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Groups are very welcome to join the Glass Door Sleep Out.

Top tips:

  1. Appoint a group champion.  This person will be the person who rallies the troops, approves your fundraising page, and keeps everyone up to date and informed. Since you are reading this: Could this be you?
  2. The group champion can then send around an email to friends/family/colleagues with a bit of information about the event and twist everyone's arm to commit to joining. You'll need the following details from every member of your team:
    • First name
    • last name
    • email address
    • age range: 11-16 or 17+ [if under 16, you'll also need contact information for a parent or guardian]
    • Emergency contact's name and phone
  3. Once you know who will be joining you (and once registration is open), sign up the team online at glassdoor.org.uk.

or send an email to [email protected].

We'll then confirm your place and send further instructions and support in the lead up to the event. Participants can either fundraise as a team or individually. It's up to you.

If not everyone can commit right away, don't worry! You can always add names later by filling out the form again (it's helpful if you use the same team name) or by sending another email to us.

That's it!

Why join as a team?

  1. It's fun
  2. it's a great way to see your friends on a Friday night while also making a difference
  3. it allows colleagues to have a micro-volunteering and team-bonding experience
  4. Pupils, scouts and adults find the experience a great opportunity to learn about the challenges of sleeping outside and getting on with your day after a night on the pavement.

Let us know what you need

We're just a phone call away. Call us on 020 7351 4948 or email [email protected] and a member of the team would be happy to have a chat. Let us know if we can post you some posters to help you spread the word.

Thank you for all that you do!

Together, we can give others the shelter and support they need to leave homelessness behind.