2nd Annual Sleep Out!

Whispering Angels of Saratoga Springs (WASS) will host its 2nd Annual Sleep Out in Saratoga Springs on Saturday, April 6th 2019 to raise important funding and increase awareness of at-risk and homeless LGBTQ youth in the Saratoga Springs, Southern Adirondacks and Capital Region areas.  Last winter, WASS raised over $9,000. This year, the goal is to double this impact and direct the funding for new beds in shelters which are LGBTQ protected.

The event will be hosted in the backyard of a private residence in Saratoga Springs with the capacity to host forty people committed to sleep outside.

Each person sleeping outdoors will be raising money with their efforts. A pre-sleep out rally will take place first that evening to raise more funds and wish the sleep-outers the best of luck.

People are welcome to join The Whispering Angels of Saratoga Springs by sleeping out with them or by donating to this important cause.

Ways to contribute to WASS and our largest fundraiser of the year!

Option 1
Sign up to join the Sleep Out! held at a private residence in Saratoga Springs.
– Fundraising goal per sleeper is anywhere from $250 to $1,000
– A dedicated Fundraiser Web site will be provided to you.  Reach out to your friends, family and coworkers to make your goal!
– Tents and bathroom facilities will be available.
– Dinner will be provided on April 6th and breakfast on April 7th
– The residence information will be provided after sign up
– Sign up via this form

Option 2
Attend VIP Reception on April 6th and make your donation in person.
– Receptions will include dinner & guest speakers
– The residence information will be provided after sign up
– Sign up via this form

Option 3
Send a donation via any of these options:
– Send a check to Whispering Angels of Saratoga Springs, PO Box 4672, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
– Donate through the WASS web site donate page
– Donate via Facebook

Thank you for considering donating to the Angels Sleep Out which will go directly to fund essential services for at-risk and homeless  LGBTQ population in Saratoga Springs and the Greater Capital District area with a specific focus on LGBTQ youth.