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The London Walk raises £100,000 for local homeless charities

Author: Aidan Lewis


On Friday 22nd March, 250 people walked through the night across London to raise money and awareness for 18 different homeless charities. Organised by The London Homeless Collective, and sponsored by the five City of London Business Improvement Districts (BIDs), The London Walk helps to raise vital funds to support those experiencing homelessness across London. The funds raised from this walk will support the incredible work of 18 local charities all working towards the same goal: to end homelessness in London.

Taking place throughout the night, The London Walk not only raises important funds for projects and initiatives, it also creates a way for supporters to witness some of the toughest aspects of homelessness; in particular, the night lives of rough sleepers.

Aldgate Connect BID were delighted to sponsor this year’s event and look forward to seeing The London Walk continue to support those most in need across London. Plans are already underway to make the 2025 London Walk bigger and better than ever, with the goal of having 500 walkers taking part.

If you would like to find out more about The London Walk or explore how you can support The London Homeless Collective, visit there website here.