Sara Rose's February on the Floor

Sleeping on the floor to help children pursue their dreams


raised by 7 supporters

as part of Glastry College SU

This February members of Glastry College SU are sleeping on the floor to help raise funds to improve the lives of thousands of children.

There are families around the world who spend every night sleeping on the floor, children who wake up hungry with their parents unable to provide breakfast and kids in tattered uniforms without school resources. I'm taking on the February on the Floor challenge so that I can improve their sleeping conditions and provide them with all they need to start their day prepared for school.

To give you an idea of how much it takes to help these children, here are some examples:
- £25 can give a child a new uniform and school bag.
- £66 can provide a child with breakfast for a whole year.
- £190 can provide a bed for a child who needs a good night’s sleep.

Everyone at Glastry SU really appreciates any donation you can give for this worthy cause!

Thank you so much!
Sara Rose ☺️

Stand by Me rescues kids from extreme circumstances, then provides the care, love and attention they need to thrive. We care for over 3,800 kids across the world, from Myanmar to Colombia to Ethiopia. No two are the same, some are orphaned, some abandoned, some abused or living in extreme poverty, so we take care to meet each of their individual needs from food and healthcare, to loving parents and quality education, enabling them to reach their potential, stand on their own two feet and become who they were created to be.

February on the Floor is a fundraising event designed to make a significant difference to the lives of our amazing Stand by Me children. We ask people to sleep on the floor for a weekend of their choice in February and raise money to help provide families with uniforms, school bags, breakfast and beds to enable them to pursue their dreams.

Recent supporters

Nauszika gave £20 to this appeal
Elsie donated to this appeal
Elliott gave £10 to this appeal
Anonymous gave £10 to this appeal
Dianne McKee gave £20 to this appeal
Jim gave £25 to this appeal
An anonymous donor gave £20
Stand by... almost there...