Two of Scotland’s top philanthropists have once again dug deep and each donated £25,000 to fund places for young people to participate in Social Bite’s Sleep in the Park fundraiser.
Sleep in the Park
Sleep in the Park.
The youngest ever Nobel Peace Prize winner is to speak at a special event organised for those who took part in December's charity Sleep in the Park events.
The young people of Dundee are being urged to organise their own “Wee Sleep Outs” – in a bid to end homelessness.
A major event aimed at helping eradicate homelessness is coming to Dundee – with people being asked to spend a cold, winter’s night in the city’s Slessor Gardens.
Pop star KT Tunstall returned to her busking roots on Sunday afternoon, giving a special impromptu performance in Dundee city centre.
Sir, – Did the much publicised sleep-out in Edinburgh’s Princes St Gardens really do anything to help the homeless, other than simply highlight their plight (The Courier December 11)?
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Top brass in Angus will take part in a Live Aid-style sleep-out with the mission to eradicate homelessness in Scotland.
This year’s Carnegie Days is working towards helping end homelessness in Scotland.