Get involved Fundraising and Volunteering Superstars Special mentions Special mentions Many of you have done incredible things: organised concerts, asked others to donate for your birthday or anniversary, organised your own Sleep Out, donated proceeds from a collection, ran, swam, cycled, climbed and more. Wow! You inspire us. With your help, we are getting people off the streets today and helping create better futures. We add new names regularly, but if your name doesn't appear, please get in touch! We'd love to hear from you. Thank you to all, including: St Mary's Mortlake for holding a Reverse Advent in December 2017 encouraging people to donate socks, woolly hats and more. Southfields Academy Music Department for holding a candlelight concert at St Barnabas Church in Southfields on 12 December 2017. Battersea Choral Society Christmas Concert with carols for all, with a retiring collection for Glass Door. 12 December, 7:30PM at Holy Trinity, Sloane Square. Local London deli Bayley and Sage for donating £.50 to Glass Door for every 2018 calendar sold. PhilanthroPunks for putting on an all day punk rock show 25 November 2017. Tickets available from www.newcrossinn.com. Entrance fee is £5, with all proceeds to Glass Door. Thank you to all the musicians involved! Shelter volunteer Kurt Higgins, three siblings and two friends, who are setting off 16 July 2017 to drive 10,000 miles as part of the Mongol rally. Funds raised are being split between Glass Door and another charity. David Garaway for running the the Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon on 8 October 2017 for Glass Door. Craig Jackson, Ed Veale and Ed Standring, who cycled the 100-mile long Prudential Ride London on 30 July 2017 for Glass Door. The Imperial College School of Medicine Chamber Choir for putting on a Spring Concert on 13 May 2017 in aid of Glass Door. David and Gill Rose for undertaking a 200km pilgrimage walk over 12 days in May 2017 to Santiago de Compostela in Northern Spain in aid of Glass Door. Flood Street Volunteer Jack Collins for taking on the epic ‘Marathon des Sables’ in April 2017 in aid of GD and Macmillan. Steve Tucker and James Averell for running the 2017 London Marathon on 23 April in aid of Glass Door. All Saints Fulham Youth group for holding a youth sleep out 17 March 2017. The Chelsea Chamber Choir for putting on a concert at Christ Church Chelsea in aid of Glass Door on 17 March 2017, raising £428.27 from a generous audience. Sarah Charman for running the Hampton Court Palace Half Marathon on 16 March 2017. Pupils at Thomas's Battersea for choosing Glass Door as their charity of the year for 2016-2017. They've baked cakes, held movie nights, organised read-a-thons, donated clothes, organised a Sleep Out and more. Our friends at auction house 25 Blythe Road for organising a fundraising evening with a talk on Indian and South East Asian Fakes on 21 February 2017. Jamie (age 8) for signing on for a 5-km race in support of Glass Door. "I hope that some of the money I raise will help buy sleeping bags and food," he says. Mark McKenna, Bex Watson, Rosie Line, Laura Pais (all volunteers from the night shelter at Holy Trinity Brook Green) and Glass Door’s night shelter managers Steve Gamble and Ben Davies, took on the epic 300-mile bike journey from London to Paris from 27 - 31 July 2016 to raise funds for Glass Door. Pupils in Year 6 at Christ Church Chelsea, for sleeping outside for a night in July annually to raise funds for Glass Door shelters. What you do is amazing, and whether it's through a cake sale or a triathlon, the money and goods you raised will make a difference in the lives of men and women who sorely need shelter, help and hope. THANK YOU.