See the iconic sights of the capital in a whole new light for an unforgettable Friday night out! While the city sleeps, join the street-party of walkers uniting to help homeless people.
Reduced entry groups 5+Save £5 per person
The Big Night Walk was founded in solidarity with rough sleepers who often find it safer to walk during the night rather than bed down on London’s streets.
During this eye-opening experience, you’ll hear personal insights from Big Issue vendors, past and present, to get a sense of what a genuine difference you’re making by taking on this walk.
Lots of people sign up by themselves then form a group to walk with - so don't worry if you're on your own. Solo walkers have first arrival and the friendly volunteers help form teams.
Keep fit and focused over winter by committing to this challenge walk and give yourself plenty of time to train and fundraise.
"Incredible, inspiring, thought-provoking"
“Incredible, inspiring, thought-provoking and a definite would-do-it-again event."
"Amazing service, support, volunteers"
"I was blown away by the amazing service, support, and incredible volunteers."
"It took no time at all to make friends"
"As a solo walker, it took no time at all to make friends with my fellow solitary ramblers, all terrific people, including Nigel, Suzanne and Christine."
"Memorable, insightful, enjoyable"
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Pay the sign-up fee to secure your place on the challenge.
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Groups of 5 or more register for £20 per person (saving £5 each).
This is your chance to do something amazing and support a fantastic cause - don't let the fundraising put you off! The The Big Issue Foundation team are great at helping people fundraise and you're going to have heaps of fun in the process.
Get in touch with them now to find out more and secure your place in the challenge.
A 'hand up' and not a 'hand out'.
The Big Issue believes in a ‘hand up and not a hand out’ and recognise that earning an income is a key step in a person’s journey towards stability and a better life. Achieving something for yourself is 100% more empowering than having it done for you.
There's an open door policy for individuals who have made the first step to try and work themselves out of homelessness. Our charity work focuses on delivering brighter futures, boosting self esteem and helping vendors to reclaim their citizenship.
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