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Can you donate to Harri's Big Sleepout collection?

Michael and Amy set up fundraising page online.

6 September 2018

Michael and Amy Harriman have set up a Virgin Money fundraising page to help collect donations for the Dreams Big Sleepout, which is taking place at Adams Park in November.

*Click here to visit the Harrimans' fundraising page*

The Chairboys defender and his wife became patrons of the Wycombe Homeless Connection charity earlier this year, and put their weight behind this special event which invites up to 150 people to spend the night sleeping in the stands at the stadium.

Michael and Amy said: "We were fortunate enough to become involved with Wycombe Homeless Connection late in 2017. After visiting the night shelters on a number of occasions, we met such upbeat people who had fallen on hard times but were more than grateful for what they do have in life.

"What is amazing about Wycombe Homeless Connection, are the staff and volunteers behind the scenes. The genuine care and compassion that goes into their busy support centre can be overlooked, as they help person after person without looking for any recognition. Let’s help them to help more local people who have fallen on hard times! £1, £5, £50 - every little helps so please, give anything you can spare."

The Big Sleepout – sponsored by Dreams, the UK's leading bed specialist - will take place at Adams Park after the home match against Shrewsbury on Saturday 24th November.

WWFC officials are getting behind the event by throwing in a free match ticket for any participant who raises at least £20 sponsorship.

Families with children (over 12) will be welcome to join in this year for the first time. There will also be a Quiz Night and informal supper, with tickets available for those keen to support Wycombe Homeless Connection but less enthusiastic about sleeping out in the stands all night! Those who do, however, will be rewarded by hot drinks and breakfast in the morning.

*Click here to visit the Harrimans' fundraising page*

More information can be found at www.wyhoc.org.uk. Registration is now open for participants, and places are limited to 150, so readers are encouraged to act fast to secure their Adams Park bed for the night.


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