Fundraise this Christmas

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Keep Leeds Warm

Join Awesome Merch's Winter Campaign

Awesome Merch has partnered with Simon on the Streets to commit to raise £50,000 this winter for the homeless. They have created a range of merchandise designed by Drew Millward and a donation is made for each sale.

Keep Leeds Warm
Two people stand either side of Keep Leeds Warm Merch

Alternative Advent

Start a reverse advent calendar

Spread some joy and kindness this year by simply adding a monetary donation for every day of advent. £24 could provide someone who is homeless support from our outreach workers to apply for benefits, access housing or mental health support for the first time.  

Contact us to take part!
A paper Simon on the Streets coin box sits on a wooden table. Tinsel and baubles sit around the box.

Alternative Giving

Sack off Secret Santa

Fed up of Secret Santa presents that tend to either be odd smelling bath salts, socks or inedible chocolates? Your team, your family or you and your friends could choose to donate the money you would spend on Secret Santa to support someone homeless and vulnerable instead!   

A Christmas present with a red bow

Fundraise for those in need

Fundraise at your place of worship

Whether it's a carol concert to raise funds for Simon on the Streets or a service dedicated to helping the homeless, there are plenty of ways you can support the homeless and vulnerable this Christmas. 

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Thinking about organising your own event?

Whether you are organising your own event (however big or small), or taking part in an organised event, get in touch with us and we will do our best to support you!      

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Be inspired by the stories of people we've supported

When Covid-19 hit in March, Steve was no longer able to sofa surf due to fears around the virus. He began sleeping in his car instead. When we met Steve, we helped him get a place in supported accommodation   

Read Steve's story or see more stories.

Steve said the flat was amazing and he was so grateful to have his own shower, something most of us take for granted

outreach worker talking to client on the street