Jade Breed

St Mary's fundraiser for Stoke City Community Trust

Fundraising for Stoke City Community Trust
£1,360
raised of £500 target
by 83 supporters
Event: The Big Sleep Out 2024, from 23 February 2024 to 29 March 2024
Stoke City Community Trust are delighted to confirm that its hugely popular Big Sleep Out will take place once again in 2024. Next years event will be staged at the bet365 Stadium on Friday, February 23, and sponsored for a second consecutive year

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Stoke City Community Trust are delighted to confirm that its hugely popular Big Sleep Out will take place once again in 2024.

This years event will be staged at the bet365 Stadium on Friday, February 23, and sponsored for a third consecutive year by Tile Mountain.

The charitable initiative encourages supporters and the wider community to help raise awareness of homelessness within the city and its surrounding areas.

Participants get first-hand experience of what its like to brave the elements overnight as they bed down inside and outside the Franklyn Stand concourse, all whilst raising much-needed funds for local charities.

The charities who will benefit in 2023 are The Macari Centre and Stoke City Community Trust.

You must be 11 and over to attend, however, if you are under 18, you must be accompanied by an adult/guardian and have parental permission to attend.

Supporters are encouraged to raise at least £100, with a deposit of £18.63 contributing towards the donation.

About the campaign

Stoke City Community Trust are delighted to confirm that its hugely popular Big Sleep Out will take place once again in 2024. Next years event will be staged at the bet365 Stadium on Friday, February 23, and sponsored for a second consecutive year

About the charity

Stoke City Community Trust is the official charity of Stoke City Football Club, it is the Club's way of giving back to its community. We use the power and passion of the Football Clubs assets to make a positive difference to the education, health & wellbeing and life outcomes to those participants who engage in our activities. All sessions provide a platform to reduce barriers for people to participate in whilst promoting equality, diversity and inclusion in our community. Through our projects we tackle social issues including mental health, homelessness, poverty and environmental issues. We support people through sports provision, competitions, general well-being activities, targeted interventions including mentoring, poor school behaviour, criminal exploitation, bereavement and trauma, weight management, work ready & employment sessions as well as community based divisionary activities. We believe that our influence and reach will allow people to make a positive difference to the health, wellbeing and life outcomes to those participants who engage in the programme.

Donation summary

Total raised
£1,359.04
+ £306.01 Gift Aid
Online donations
£1,359.04
Offline donations
£0.00

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