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  • Lord Bishop of Bristol visits Guatemala +

    Lord Bishop of Bristol visits Guatemala Street Kids Direct is grateful for the visit of the Lord Bishop of Bristol, Rt.Rev Mike Hill, to Guatemala in May 2017. Mike has been a supporter of Street Kids Direct and wanted to travel and see the work for himself. Read More
  • Protection Home for high-risk children in Guatemala City +

    Protection Home for high-risk children in Guatemala City Thanks to generous donors, Street Kids Direct has been able to buy a house in Guatemala City that will offer safe refuge to the most vulnerable children who are in the process of being abandoned or are at very high social risk of living on the streets. Read More
  • Girls die in Guatemala Children´s Home +

    Girls die in Guatemala Children´s Home Guatemala is coming to the end of three days of national mourning for the 32 girls who lost their lives when a fire was started at the “secure” children´s home on the outskirts of Guatemala City. The home has been under investigation so many times due to increasing number of allegations of abuse, rape and torture. Read More
  • Street Kids Director receives MBE +

    Street Kids Director receives MBE Street Kids Direct´s Founder and Director, Duncan Dyason, receives an MBE in the Queen´s New Year´s Honors List 2017 for his work with street children over the last 25 years. Read More
  • Radio Christmas 2016 +

    Radio Christmas 2016 Radio Christmas raises nearly £30,000 for the projects in Guatemala and Honduras. Thanks to everyone for your support of the festive charity radio station. Read More
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Have you ever slept out on the streets?  

BigSleep1To be honest most of us have never had to experience this as we have always enjoyed a safe, warm place to sleep.  But for the hundreds of street children Street Kids Direct has worked with over the years this is their reality and we would like to invite you to give it a try for one night.

The idea of The Big Sleep is to help raise the profile of the lives of street children in Central America and raise some money to make a difference to their lives.

The Big Sleep is your opportunity to taste a little of what life is like living on the streets but with your mates, your family and your community.  We will do our part and provide you with security, food, drinks and lots of fun and games as well as live video links to the children in Central America we are helping. Anyone from any age can participate, but children will need to be under the supervision of an adult. More informatioin is available from the resources below, but we hope you will come and join in the fun.

The Bucks Examiner have written an article about this year´s event and will be covering the Big Sleep in the newspaper the following week.

The next BIG SLEEP is scheduled in Amersham is on:  SATURDAY 19th - Sunday 20th SEPTEMBER 2015 (8:00pm-8:00am) 




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