The World's Big Sleep Out | Depaulcharity

The World's Big Sleep Out | Depaulcharity

Depaul helps people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

The World's Big Sleep Out

The World's Big Sleep Out

Depaul are delighted to be taking part in the The World's Big Sleep Out event which will take place on Saturday, 7th of December 2019. As part of this once off, global event, Depaul will be hosting two sleep out events. The events will take place on the same evening in Dublin and Belfast in conjunction with a host of similar events which will be taking place in major cities across the globe.

About The World's Big Sleep Out

The World's Big Sleep Out is a global event which sees Social Bite Co-Founder Josh Littlejohn MBE partner with the Malala Fund, UNICEF USA and the Institute for Global Homelessness (IGH) to help homeless and displaced people around the world, alongside a list of international stars. This one-off event aims to see 50,000 participants sleep out globally on the 7th of December to raise a target of $50,000,000 in funding for homeless and refugee causes. This global event will see 'Sleep Out' events take place in 52 cities throughout the world including, London, New York, Edinburgh, Chicago, Manchester, New Delhi, Santiago, Barcelona, Madrid, Dublin and Belfast.

These events are being supported by major celebrities such as Will Smith and Dame Helen Mirren, who will read a bed-time story. Coldplay's Chris Martin, who will be busking. As the events edge closer more names will be revealed.

To find out more and register for your chosen city you can visit: The World's Big Sleep Out

Our Events:

To sign up and take part in our Dublin Sleep Out click HERE

To sign up and take part in our Belfast Sleep Out click HERE

Join Depaul on the 7th of December and help us in our mission to end homelessness and change the lives of those affected by it.

For more information kindly contact Ian Fallon at or +353 86 894 1659

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