Join the nationwide

Stay At Home Sleepout on 1st June

And help people who need it most

CEO Sleepout is a charity set up to fight homelessness and poverty. Our fight is funded with money raised by people like you – big hearted people who pledge to sleep outdoors for one night to raise awareness and sponsorship from their business contacts and friends. We put that money to work fighting homelessness and poverty in each of our host cities.

On June 1st, we need you to join us to sleep out at home. Register below.

I Want To Take Part

So far more than 3000 executives have raised a staggering £2,700,000 to fight poverty and homelessness in the UK. Will you join them?

What is CEO Sleepout?

To date, CEO Sleepout events have raised a staggering £2.7 million for charities and causes that work hard to tackle poverty and homelessness in cities across the UK. You can read details of our beneficiaries and funds donated here.

CEO Sleepout was officially formed in December 2013 by Andy Preston after two successful CEO Sleepout events were held at Middlesbrough FC and Newcastle Utd FC in collaboration with Middlesbrough & Teesside Philanthropic Foundation. Trustees of the charity include Niklas Tunley of business law firm Endeavour Partnership and Abu Ali, Partner at Leathers Corporate Finance. CEO Sleepout is run by CEO, Bianca Robinson.

Watch a short film about CEO Sleepout Newcastle below

Hall of Fame

Our biggest fundraisers
  • 1 Philip Marsden

    London 2015
    £64,943
  • 2 Kate Donaghy

    London 2016
    £14,512
  • 3 Darren Carter

    London 2014
    £12,160
  • 4 Chris Laslett

    London
    £11,740
  • 5 Cathy Corcoran

    London 2014
    £10,883
  • 6 Andrew Allen

    Newcastle 2017
    £9,748
  • 7 Paul Marshall

    Newcastle 2018
    £8,515
  • 8 Daniel Philip Jessel

    London 2018
    £7,671
Our biggest events
  • London 2015
    £180,000 raised
  • London 2016
    £170,000 raised
  • London 2014
    £155,000 raised
  • Newcastle 2018
    £119,500 raised
  • London 2017
    £93,600 raised
  • Newcastle 2017
    £90,000 raised
  • London 2018
    £85,000 raised
  • London 2019
    £85,000 raised