INDIVIDUAL Registration Form - Sleep Easy 2020
YMCA Mendip & South Somerset Sleep Easy 2020 will take place on Friday 6th March 2020 from 7pm to 7am on Saturday the 7th of March at Wells Cathedral Ground.

WHY? Sleeping rough so others don’t have to. Hundreds of young people every year spend at least one night on the streets. For every rough sleeper you may see in the community, there are dozens more who are sofa surfing, sleeping in cars, or on the move night after night. Shocking new research has revealed that a homeless person is dying every 19 hours in austerity Britain*. We want you to join us to prevent others becoming homeless through our YMCA Youth Work and the support we provide vulnerable people as they go through the challenging experience of homelessness and building a new life, during their stay at YMCA supported housing projects.

WHO? This year you can join Sleep Easy as an individual, a family or by taking part in the Sleep Easy 2020 Team Challenge. This form is for individuals and families only.

HOW? Challenge yourself, your family, friends or work colleagues to sleep rough for one night and raise money to help change the lives of vulnerable people. Build your cardboard shelter and sleep rough at the foot of the amazing Wells Cathedral.

If you wish to register to take part please complete this registration form no later than Friday the 21st of February 2020. Please note Sleep Easy merchandise is only available to order until the 31st of January 2020. Any queries, please email us at Subject: Sleep Easy 2020.

WHAT TO EXPECT ON THE NIGHT: We will offer hot refreshments, a warm fire, quiz games, toilets and a covered area for families with children under 14. You will meet new people (it will be the most unusual social event you will attend this year!) and make memories that will impact you; but more importantly impact others for a lifetime.
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