The Step by Step Sleep Out is back! Give up the comfort of your bed for the night and sleep out for young people facing homelessness.
We are excited to get together once again for an in-person event this year, so grab your sleeping bag and get sponsored to make a genuine difference to local young people going through hard times. There will be live music, entertainment and food, but when the sun goes down participants will get just a small taste of what too many young people face each night.
Sleep Out 2022 takes place on Friday 7th October at Farnborough Business Park.
Tickets are £10 for Adults and £5 for Children (minimum age 6 years). Get a free Step by Step hoodie for raising more than £250 in sponsorship!
Register now to reserve your place.
Step by Step accommodates and supports hundreds of young people each year. Last year, 1,674 young people accessed our services.
You can help prevent homelessness for local young people by signing up for Sleep Out and getting sponsored by friends, family and colleagues. Download our Sponsorship Form on the right of this page.
Anyone! As long as you are over the age of 6!
We welcome individuals, families, corporate teams, community groups, churches and schools. If you would like to take on the challenge and sleep out so that young people don't have to, we would love to see you there!
Sleep Out 2022 is taking place at Farnborough Business Park, Fowler Ave, Farnborough GU14 7JP.
Join us from 7pm on Friday 7th October.
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Like many young people leaving the care system, Harry suddenly found himself on his own and with nowhere to go. He was homeless at 19 years old when he was referred to our Supported Lodgings service.Read more