Sleep Out to Help Out the homeless

Anti-homelessness charity Glass Door is back for their annual ‘sleep out’, aiming to raise vital funds and awareness for people experiencing homelessness in London.

The event, which took place virtually last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, is returning to the Duke of York Square in Chelsea tonight.

Helena Wadia spoke to CEO of the charity, Lucy Horitz.

The official ‘Sleep Out’ starts on Friday 1st October at 9pm.

Helena Wadia 1st October 2021

TagNews, LocationKensington and Chelsea

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