The SleepoutTM Movement

THIS IS OUR REMARKABLE 4-YEAR JOURNEY

The SleepoutTM Movement


THIS IS OUR REMARKABLE 4-YEAR JOURNEY

Driven by a passion to give back to the most vulnerable in our society, The CEO SleepOut™ Movement has been responsible for mobilising the country’s leading C-Suite Leaders, Influencers and media.

These Participants take part in an Event where they experience one night of homelessness, thereby gaining fresh insight into the lived reality of millions of vulnerable South Africans, in the process unearthing a new appreciation for philanthropy.

Official Media Launch Videos

The CEO SleepOut™ Movement applauds the media’s contribution to promoting philanthropy to a broader audience and encouraging potential participants to be a force for good.

As a powerful institution, the media can bolster a philanthropic organisation to ensure the success of its outcomes, as was seen in the 2015 to 2017 SleepOut™ Events.

In contrast, the media can undermine the efforts of the very same organisation, as was evidenced by the outcome of The 2018 SleepOut™ Events.

The Year 2015
The Johannesburg Stock Exchange, Sandton, South Africa

The Year 2016
Shine Studios, Braamfontein, South Africa

The Year 2017
The Philanthropic Collection™ Pop-Up Shop, The Zone, Rosebank, South Africa

The Year 2018
Chancellor House, Johannesburg, South Africa

THE SLEEPOUT™ MOVEMENT IN NUMBERS INFO-GRAPHICS

The SleepOut™ Movement is focused on raising funds with the mindset of creating ‘Capital With Conscience’.
The Movement also provides an important lesson in empathy for participants, who gain a genuine compassion for vulnerable communities through their experiences.

Years 2016 – 2017
The Year 2015
The Year 2016
The Year 2017
The Year 2018

The 2018 SleepOut™ Movement In Numbers Info-Graphics will be found here post The CEO SleepOut™ Trusts’ Event 2018/ Financial 2019 Year Audit.

THE SLEEPOUT™ TRUST PRIMARY BENEFICIARY LEGACY PROJECTS

The SleepOut™ Movement brings together businesses and influencers to purposely and effectively address the key pillars that alleviate homelessness: Shelter, Nutrition, Healthcare, Education, and Community. The SleepOut™ Movement achieves this mission by employing sound business strategies with the primary goal of doing good for others.

Primary Beneficiaries use the funds raised by The SleepOut™ Movement to fund specific Legacy Projects, action-based projects that are monitored and assessed by The Trust to ensure that all funding is used both transparently and effectively.

The Year 2015
Primary Beneficiary
Girls & Boys Town

The Year 2016
Primary Beneficiaries
The Asha Trust
Columba Leadership
The Steve Biko Foundation

The Year 2017
Primary Beneficiaries
The Door Of Hope

The Year 2018
The 2018 Primary Beneficiary Legacy Project Info-Graphics will be found here post The CEO SleepOut™ Trusts’ Event 2018/ Financial 2019 Year Audit