If you've registered, congratulations on securing your spot at Duke of York Square on 5 October! Whether you're fundraising individually or as part of a company, church, or school group, follow these simple fundraising ideas and together, we can make sure vulnerable men and women find shelter, help and hope this winter. 

SET UP AN ONLINE FUNDRAISING PAGE

All donations come directly into our bank account and Gift Aid is added automatically. 

1) Get started by creating a page associated with the Sleep Out. 

Set up a fundraising page

2) Don't forget to personalise your page. 

We want to make it easy for you, so do call or email to let us know if we can set-up a page for you. 

SPREAD THE WORD

Tell friends and family what you're doing and why. If you are at a loss for words, use our E-Mail templates to share your online fundraising page, and then spread the word on facebook or twitter. (E-mail templates will be shared with registered participants directly).

USE SOCIAL MEDIA

  • Like Glass Door on Facebook and mention us in your posts.
  • Find us on Twitter @GlassDoorLondon and tweet about the event with #GlassDoorSleepOut
  • Change your email signature to include the link to your fundraising page.
  • Use photographs and videos to tell your fundraising story. Show people how much effort you are putting into your fundraising and remind them to sponsor you.
  • Use links to the website to show how your sponsorship helps homeless people in London.

DOWNLOAD A SPONSORSHIP FORM

If some of your supporters prefer to give cash donations, do it the old-school way and download our Sponsorship Form (2018 version coming soon). When you have collected all donations get in touch and we can arrange to receive the money. Cheques can be made out to "Glass Door". 

 

 

PUT UP A POSTER

Spread the word the traditional way: put up a poster anywhere you can! 2018 Poster template coming soon.

 

NEED MORE HELP?

We're here!

What you're doing is amazing! The money you raise will make a difference in the lives of men and women who would otherwise sleep on the streets.
 

THANK YOU.