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University of Aberdeen Sleep in the Park

University of Aberdeen Sleep in the Park

Why we need your help

The University of Aberdeen will be taking part in Social Bite's brand new event - Sleep in the Park 2018 - a mass participation sleep out to tackle homelessness in Scotland.

This year the event is taking place in 4 cities on one night - Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee and Aberdeen - on Saturday 8th December.

The mission of the event is to build on last year's momentum and help to build a movement to end homelessness in Scotland.

This year Social Bite have invited some amazing musicians to “busk” stripped back acoustics sets.  Playing at the event will be Amy Macdonald, KT Tunstall, Lulu, Frightened Rabbit, Kyle Falconer, Eddi Reader and many more. Sir Chris Hoy will be sleeping out in one of the cities and Trainspotting Author Irvine Welsh will be doing a bedtime story!

The money raised will help bring over 800 people out of homelessness across Scotland. Please support us sleeping out this December by donating below.

7,546.56

raised towards 10,000.00 target

7546.56
10000.00

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Supporters

Mailie Besson

Sleep in the Park

160.00
Julie Bray

Sleep in the Park

240.00
Dan Brunsdon

Sleep in the Park

0.00
Charlotte Bucke

Sleep in the Park

13.00
SfGH Aberdeen

Students for Global Health-Sleep in the Park

1411.06
Naomi Clark

Sleep in the Park

100.00
Thomas clark

Sleep in the Park

50.00
Andrea Fraser

Sleep in the Park

0.00
HSRU

Sleep in the Park

615.00
Barbara Gorgoni

Sleep in the Park

380.00

Nov 06, 2018

Alison Borthwick

10.00
(plus 2.50 giftaid)

75

Total raised so far

7,546.56

Total plus Gift Aid 8,988.46

Direct donations

10.00

Raised offline 0.00

Fundraising pages

7,536.56

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