What will you find in the Sleep Out Saturday Media Newsroom?
Sleep Out Saturday on NCTV 2012
NCTV Interview 2011
Personal Story from Megan
Personal Story from Yvonne
Fact sheet on homelessness and the working poor in DuPage County Illinois
Frequently Asked Questions about Sleep Out Saturday
Frequently Asked Questions about Bridge Communities
Information on why you should get involved with Sleep Out Saturday
Impact that Sleep Out Saturday has on Bridge Communities Transitional Housing Program
How do families become homeless?
Visit the Sleep Out Saturday blog
Ann Pitcher, P.S. Communications, Inc.
Quick Stats on Sleep Out Saturday
||Rally at 6:30 pm at Bridge Communities, 505 Crescent Blvd. Glen Ellyn.
Participants will sleep-out at locations throughout DuPage County - more than 70 sites expected.
||To raise awareness about homelessness in DuPage County
||Raise funds for Bridge Communities and their Program Partners
||Provide a transformational opportunity for participants to experience the issue of homelessness by sleeping out and participating in activities and presentations.
|How to participate:
||Sleep out with a group or become a Sleep Out Star or Family
||Become a corporate sponsor
||Donate to a sleeper group or a Sleep Out Star or Family
||Come to the Rally
Sleep Out Saturday Corporate Sponsors 2013:
Sleep Out Saturday 2013 Locations:
- Clarendon Hills
- Downers Grove
- Glen Ellyn
- Oak Brook
- St. Charles
- Wayne/West Chicago
- Wood Dale
To learn more about homelessness and poverty in DuPage County, visit www.dupagehomeless.org
To learn more about becoming a Sleep Out Saturday sponsor, email Jennie Gates at email@example.com or (630) 545-0610 ext. 19.
"As a mentor, I feel that I have received more than I have given...the goal of a mentor might be to help families find resources to further their education, get out of debt, and plan for the future, but one soon realizes that it is the social and emotional support that is most essential. Being a mentor has taught me patience, compassion, and perseverance. It has changed my definition of success and increased my gratitude toward family, friends and God."