We run a number of fundraising and awareness raising campaigns at the Society of St James, we are never short of ideas for ways you can get involved:
“Who do you know?” Is the question asked in this article about our Trek to The Himalayas in May 2013.
So, who do you know that is in need of a little challenge? Or a big challenge for that matter? Why not suggest they get involved …
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StreetSmart Campaign – Hampshire
An introduction to StreetSmart Hampshire can be found here.
StreetSmart is an excellent way for restaurateurs to give back to their local communities at no cost to themselves. The success of bringing StreetSmart to Hampshire in 2011 has been the perfect springboard into 2012. StreetSmart offers a uniquely simple opportunity for restaurants to get involved with our work, through doing what they do best!
This will become a Hampshire wide event whereby many groups will spend the night under the stars simultaneously.
On 9 March 2012 the first ONE BIG Sleepout was held, to raise awareness and funds for those at risk of homelessness supported by the Society of St James.
Being a county wide event, this represents a fun way to get involved with fundraising, and, more importantly, raising awareness of homelessness and surrounding issues in your area.
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Joe Miller, a Solent University student undertook some Guerrilla marketing to raise awareness of homelessness and The Society of St James.
We’re actively encouraging media and PR students to get involved with the Skinny Steve Campaign, by running with the tagline, “How long until you take notice?” and creatively pushing that message out into their local communities.