Where the money goes

Although we’re national, we love local. We are community driven and are committed to supporting local charities in all of our host cities, as well as charities that work hard to combat poverty and homelessness the length and breadth of the UK.

We operate a very lean charity and until September 2017, CEO Sleepout UK has been run only by Andy Preston and his PA. We’ve now taken on one part-time staff member to support our future growth.

We make sure that the majority of money raised is distributed to local charities to fight homelessness and poverty within a few miles of each CEO sleepout, as well as those charities that work nationally.

 

Our top ten beneficiaries to date

  1. Depaul

    A UK wide charity working tirelessly to tackle homelessness and support disadvantaged youth.
    Amount donated £190,939

  2. Cardinal Hume Centre

    London-based charity working to support young homeless and families.
    Amount donated £161,568

  3. Changing Lives

    Supporting vulnerable and homeless people right across the UK.
    Amount donated £159,548

  4. Newcastle United Foundation

    Using football to engage with the most marginalised young people in the North East of England and get lives back on track.
    Amount donated £86,200

  5. Church Urban Fund

    Working within communities across the UK to help individuals escape poverty.
    Amount donated £48,834

  6. Notts County Foundation

    Engaging with the most marginalised young people across the East Midlands through football, getting lives back on track.
    Amount donated £23,910

  7. Merhyr Valley Homes

    Working with homeless ex-services individuals across South Wales.
    Amount donated £20,000

  8. Cardiff Foodbank

    Providing emergency food, support and advice for homeless and people in crisis in South Wales.
    Amount donated £20,000

  9. Llamau

    Working in South Wales to support homeless people and deliver outreach support.
    Amount donated £20,000

  10. Mustard Tree

    Working across Manchester, combatting poverty and preventing homelessness.
    Amount donated £10,000