United For Cambridge Sleepout
Once again local charities Wintercomfort and Cambridge United Community Trust are joining forces for what we hope will be our biggest and best sleepout event yet in support of homeless and disadvantaged people in Cambridge. We would love to welcome a team from your company to join the sleepout at The Abbey Stadium.
You can read more about the event here.
Tickets are £20 per person which includes dinner, an interactive quiz, live entertainment and breakfast the following morning. We also ask participants to aim to raise at least £100 (per person) in sponsorship. You can sign up today for the:
Sleepout at the Abbey Stadium Here.
When registering, you will get the option to create or join a team where you will then be able to see a team page such as Cambridge University Institute of Continuing Education’s one.
With companies signing up including the Hill Group, Kameo Recruitment & Deloitte so far, the United for Cambridge Sleepout promises to be a great opportunity for companies to come together for an enjoyable and truly memorable (if chilly!) bit of team-building which will make a real difference to those in greatest need in our city.
If you need any more details, please contact Simon Wall, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information about the charities
Cambridge United Community Trust is a registered charity associated with Cambridge United Football Club. They seek to use the power of sport and the brand of the football club to bring together communities and transform lives working across the themes of Community Engagement, Wellbeing, Inclusion and Education & Skills. Please see their Impact Report here and their new strategy document: ‘At the heart of our community’ here.
Wintercomfort is a support hub, creating opportunities all year round for homeless individuals. Wintercomfort is an information, advice, training and support centre in Cambridge for those who are homeless or vulnerably housed. Open daily throughout the year, they encourage and empower their service users to overcome disadvantage and to make positive, long term changes to improve their lives.