With this free event we are challenging you, your group of friends, family or colleagues to build a dwelling out of cardboard and plastic sheeting and then sleep in it overnight in the grounds of Birmingham Cathedral in November!
It is a challenge but it's great fun too and you'll be joining together with lots and lots of other like-minded locals all trying to help this great cause.
Those that don't want to take part can sponsor you, raising funds to ensure our vital services can continue into the future!
If you want to build something a bit more 'creative' feel free to bring your own extras and additional materials and create an entry for our optional Jaffabox Creative Cardboard Competition! You never know our Young People may choose your entry as one of the winners and if so you'll win free edible goodies to consume on the night!
Click on the photos below to launch photo albums from previous years:
Here's a video explaining more about what we do and how this event helps vulnerable young people in our region:
We house over 1000 young people in Birmingham and over 1500 across the West Midlands in our 34 supported accommodation schemes, plus we help thousands more young people with face to face support and advice, but due to government cuts these services are at risk. We have to raise £1 million ourselves this year. BIG Brum SleepOut is our largest event of the year. We are hoping to make it bigger and better than ever to help us reach this target and ensure our services can continue into the future.
With 5 weeks left until the event we have already had over 700 registrations so may have to close our books early so don't delay!
Register for free by filling out the form on this page today!
A huge thank you to our main sponsors of this event: National Express who are sponsoring both this event and our Coventry SleepOut this year. Thanks to them our costs of hosting these events will be much lower.
We would also like to thank our regular event partners Jaffabox for their year-upon-year support with mountains of cardboard boxes and Birmingham Cathedral for offering to help us host this brilliant event again this year.
A massive St Basils thank you goes out to our other business supporters Greggs Foundation, Speedy Hire, Smurfit Kappa Recycling, Lloyds, The Birmingham Mail, Langar Aid and Squire Patton Boggs for their help with this event.