Sleepout so a homeless person doesn't have to. 

Are you willing to brave a night in the cold to support The Living Room and to help fight homelessness and its causes? Then join us at the 2024 St Albans Sleepout. 

St Albans Sleepout is an annual event that raises money for charities that help the homeless in Hertfordshire. The Living Room is proud to join four other charities - Centre 33, Emmaus, Herts Young Homeless (hyh) and Open Door as an official supporter of St Albans Sleepout 2024.  

Addiction and homelessness 

Drug or alcohol misuse often play a part in a person's experience of homelessness. National homeless charity, Crisis, reports that 27% of its clients reported problematic drug/alcohol use. Two thirds of homeless people cite drug or alcohol use as a reason for first becoming homeless. Those who use drugs are seven times more likely to be homeless.   

For many of our clients, recovery from addiction is the first step in their way out of homelessness.  

Help us in our fight against addiction and homelessness by taking part in St Albans Sleepout. Find out more here. 

Register your interest below and we'll send you your registration form. You can then download a sponsorship form and begin a fundraising page on our website. 

Donate here

Further information 

 Venue Info 

  • Parking available on site 
  • Hot drinks and soup will be available throughout the night 
  • Toilets are available inside the college 
  • Security and first aiders will be around all night 
  • In the event of poor weather, inside space will be available for sleepers. 

Essentials for the night 

  • Sleeping bag 
  • Cardboard/groundsheet/camping mat 
  • Blanket 
  • Lots of layers of clothing to keep warm 
  • Hat, scarf & gloves 
  • Waterproofs 
  • Torch 
  • Snacks 
  • Bin bag for your rubbish 
  • Registration and sponsorship forms 

Please do not bring 

  • Alcohol 
  • Tents 
  • Footballs 
  • Dogs 

Book a place

Ticket Quantity Price

Individual Sleep Out 2024

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Youth Group Sleep Out 2024

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