CEO SLEEPOUT NEWCASTLE IS POSTPONED


To protect the heath and wellbeing of our participants, and to help delay the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), Newcastle United Foundation, CEO Sleepout UK and Changing Lives have taken the decision to postpone the 2020 Newcastle CEO Sleepout due to take place on March 26th at St. James’ Park.

 

Thanks for your patience everyone. We are working hard to secure a new date and we will keep you informed of developments over the coming weeks.

CEO Sleepout UK, Changing Lives and Newcastle United Foundation are grateful for your incredible support, uniting in the fight to tackle and prevent homelessness.

Rest assured the funds you raise – and have already raised – will be put to good use supporting people in need on Tyneside and the North East. If you have a JustGiving page, you won’t have to do anything, we will make sure it reflects the new date once we’ve confirmed it.

We look forward to seeing our supporters at the 2020 CEO Sleepout Newcastle at the rearranged date. We aim to raise more than £50,000 to support homeless people in and around Newcastle to move out of crisis and to build a better future for themselves and their families.

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact our team by emailing info@ceosleepoutuk.com.

The Government has advised the public to follow the latest NHS guidelines, which can found at nhs.uk/coronavirus.

Anyone who suspects they may have symptoms consistent with COVID-19 should use the NHS’s online 111 service at 111.nhs.uk

Thanks so much for being a part of this fantastic movement.

Bianca

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