Streets of London Night Walk 2024


Join us on Saturday 20th July for a night out with a difference!

We'll be walking a route through central London that takes in many of the city’s most iconic sights, and the money you raise will support essential work helping homeless people in the capital. We hope you can join us!

You can choose between a 9.5 or 13.1 mile route that takes you past many of London’s best-known sights. The night walk is a great event to do with friends, family or colleagues. You can make it your own by challenging yourself to complete the course in a set time, or wearing fancy dress if you like! It’s a fun, sociable event supporting projects that have a real impact on people’s lives.

Once you’ve signed up, we’ll be in touch with information about how to set up a fundraising page, so you can ask people you know to sponsor you. Each person’s efforts at fundraising are important to help us raise as much as possible for people who are homeless in the capital.

Rough sleeping has risen by more than a third in London in the last year, so help for homeless people is needed more than ever right now. The money you raise will help to fund projects across the capital that give people the support they need to get off the streets for good.

Sign up now to grab your place!

9.5 mile route:

13.1 mile route (half-marathon distance):

Further information

If you'd like to know a bit more about the event, read Why Take Part?

You can also find out more about What To Expect on the night, as well as answers to Frequently Asked Questions.

Once you've signed up, we'll be in touch in the run-up to the event with more information. If you have any other questions about the event or need help with anything, feel free to contact us at and we'll be in touch.

If you're not planning to take part in the Streets of London Night Walk but would like to support, you can still get involved by donating to the appeal. Every bit helps and we would very much appreciate your support. Thank you!


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