C.ex Community Crew
Every night 116,000 people in Australia don’t have a safe place to sleep or call home. The number of homeless Australians is a rising issue, with the rate of homelessness increasing by 2.7% each year.
The C.ex Community Crew Sleep Out is an annual community event, raising awareness and funds for local charities working to improve these statistics, and reduce the number of homeless people and people at risk of homelessness living on the Coffs Coast.
All funds raised through the event are evenly distributed by the C.ex Community Crew to our Charity Partners:
The C.ex Community Crew Sleep Out has raised $284,820.88 to date for social welfare charities working to improve the homelessness situation on the Coffs Coast.
We look forward to holding the event again in 2021 and hope you’ll join us!
Unfortunately the 2020 C.ex Community Crew Sleepout was cancelled due to COVID-19.
We were devastated to have to cancel the event as we know demand for support services has increased during the pandemic and the critical funding the sleep out raises is needed now more than ever. In lieu of organising the event this year, C.ex Group has provided both Warrina Domestic & Family Violence Specialist Services and Bridging the Gap with $20,000 each to assist in delivering their services and projects.
You can still donate in support of this great cause this year by donating to the charities direct using the following buttons.
All donations over $2 are tax deductible.
Thank you for your support!
Date – TBC 2021
Time – 6pm – 8am
Location – C.ex Coffs International Stadium, Stadium Drive, Coffs Harbour NSW 2450
Purpose – The Sleep Out endeavours to raise awareness and much needed funds to improve the homelessness situation in the Coffs Harbour community.
Who can come – The event is open to people aged over 12 years. Each participant (child or adult) will need to register. Those under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Fundraising – Upon registering to participate in the event you will be redirected to our online fundraising platform where you can create your individual or team fundraising page. You will also be provided with a donation tally sheet should you receive cash or cheque donations.
What to bring – Participants will need to bring a sleeping mat or cardboard box, sleeping bag/blanket and pillow.
Food and drink – The C.ex Community Crew will provide the evening meal and a light breakfast. Participants cannot bring their own food or drink into the event.
Where the donations go – 100% of all funds raised will be distributed equally between our charity partners.
Please note this event is alcohol and drug free. Anyone found with drugs or alcohol or found to be intoxicated will be instantly removed from the venue.
Community Relations Coordinator
P: 02 6691 9267
Warrina offers a diverse range of confidential and culturally appropriate services for women and children experiencing domestic and family violence.
Warrina’s refuge provides safe and secure short-term crisis accommodation for single women and women with children. Warrina also offers support to apply for crisis, medium or long-term accommodation through Housing NSW, community housing providers and private rentals. Case management is available to women and children staying at the refuge or as outreach support.
Staff support clients to identify and prioritise goals and develop a plan for achieving those goals. Staff can provide information, advocacy and referrals for safety planning, financial assistance, legal issues, health, counselling, employment, education and social and cultural connections.
Bridging the Gap (Men’s Resource Centre) has helped more than 8000 men and their families since it opened its doors in 2005.
Their services focus on creating a safe and nurturing environment for men and their families by offering advocacy, counselling and programs. Providing a first point of contact for men and their families in the Coffs Harbour Mid North Coast Region who find themselves in a position of need, Bridging the Gap offer men and their families access to a variety of services, courses and personnel. The men who go to Bridging the Gap for help are from all walks of life and all trades and professions. They are facing many kinds of crises, from a court case or finding themselves the subject of an apprehended violence order, to men who are homeless, have lost a partner or their job, or are suffering from depression and/or anxiety.