Win tickets to see Eric Clapton – a Music crowdfunding project in United Kingdom by Streets of London

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Help for homeless people

Eric Clapton is supporting Streets of London’s #ComeOnHome campaign, which is raising vital funds to help homeless people off the streets.

People experiencing homelessness are some of the most vulnerable and marginalised in our society, and the last year has been a particularly tough time for them.

The economic impact of the pandemic is leading to a whole new wave of people becoming street homeless. The latest figures show more than 3,000 people slept rough on the capital’s streets between January and March, with more than half of those people sleeping rough for the first time.

Centres across London are they are doing all they can to keep providing support despite being hard-hit by loss of funding.

By entering this special prize draw you will be in with a chance of winning a brilliant prize and at the same time helping to raise vital funds to support homeless people.

This Prize Draw

Eric Clapton has donated a pair of tickets to his show at the Royal Albert Hall on Sunday, 8th May 2022 to this prize draw fundraising campaign. 

To be in with a chance of winning, enter today! Entry into the prize draw costs £3 for one entry. The more entries you choose, the greater your chances to win, and you can enter as many times as you like.

Entries can be purchased between Wednesday 2nd June 2021 and Friday 25th June 2021. The winner will be notified by Friday 2nd July via email. 

What’s the prize?

Two tickets to see Eric Clapton perform live at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Sunday, 8th May 2022

Eric Clapton performing live at the Royal Albert Hall, 2017. Credit: George Chin.

How do I enter this prize draw?

About Streets of London

Streets of London (registered charity number 1155242) funds specialist support for people who are homeless in London, and raises awareness about the issue. We make grants each year to fund homelessness projects across the capital.

Using our knowledge of the sector, we target funding to projects where we know the money will make a real difference, so that homeless people have the support they need to get back on their feet and leave homelessness behind for good.

Since 2015, Streets of London has provided more than £600,000 of vital funding to the homeless sector in London, funding some fantastic projects that offer life-changing support to people experiencing homelessness.

To learn more about the projects the charity supports, visit Streets of London’s website.

Where is the money going?

All funds raised from this prize draw will support Streets of London’s work tackling homelessness in the capital, funding vital immediate help for homeless people as well as longer-term support so that people can escape the streets for good.

We fund a wide variety of projects each year (typically with a grant of £10,000 per project) that provide a range of support to homeless people including:

One project the charity helped to fund recently was a catering skills course for people experiencing homelessness:

Every £10,000 raised as a result of the#ComeOnHome prize draw will allow Streets of London to provide vital funding to another amazing project such as this, that provides such an important life-line to the people it helps.

Thank you for your support.

The impact of your support

With the right support, people who have experienced homelessness can turn their lives around. It can have a huge impact on someone’s life.

Will, who has benefitted from one of the projects supported by the charity, has this to say about how things have changed for him:

“The difference is unbelievable, you know, when I went in there, I didn’t want to live. If I had the guts to kill myself, I would have… When I went out of there, I felt confident about my life, hopeful about my life. Yeah. it’s changed my life. Saved my life, 100%”.

Terms and Conditions

For all of the prize draws featuring live music, if the coronavirus pandemic causes the specified dates to be rescheduled/postponed/cancelled, the prize will be valid for another headline UK show by the artist at the next available opportunity.

This content was originally published here.

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