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A community response to youth homelessness

Our Nightstop volunteers are integral to the success and continuation of this service, young people appreciate and value the support from their community.

Find out how to volunteer with us here

We are always grateful for any donations, which make a huge difference to how many young people we can support.

You can support Sussex Nightstop by making a one off or regular donation, here.

If you would like to run your own fundraising activity, collect donations for a marathon or sporting event, you can set up your own fundraising page here.

⚠️⚠️SWEP is open tonight ⚠️⚠️(Wednesday 11 December). The SWEP (severe weather emergency protocol) shelter is open for all people who are rough sleeping in the city.

➡️Find out more about help for rough sleepers:
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Big thanks to @waitrose #Brighton and their lovely customers for your support! We collected £357 raised through the Community Matters scheme, which will help us to support people at risk of #homelessness in the city. SussexNighstop photo

Severe Weather Provision for Rough Sleepers will be open tonight 09.12.19

Rough Sleepers can access SWEP by going to Brighton Town Hall, Bartholomew Square, BN1 at 7pm
Please use street link to report rough sleepers:
Tel: 0300 500 0914.

Deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Tracey Allen. I was privileged to cross paths and work with Tracey at several points - she was truly a bright star and @SussexNighstop is indebted to the support she gave us. Our deepest condolences to her family, friends and loved ones.

⚠️⚠️ ⚠️ We have just been informed that SWEP provision will not be on tonight Thursday 5th December 2019. Sorry for the miscommunication and confusion

HUGE festive thanks to Clive Gravett and his daughter, trustees @TheBuddingFD who have given us a £3000 grant to further our work with #youngpeople at risk of #homelessness in #Brighton and #Hove at @TatesGCs Old Barn Garden Centre yesterday SussexNighstop photo