Last chance to sign up for the Molineux Sleepout

Last chance to sign up for the Molineux Sleepout Image

The really important event is back this Friday night, with fans and residents of the city joining together to sleep under the stars in the Stan Cullis Stand to raise vital funds.

The Sleepout, now into its fifth year, sees participants fundraise to support the work of the Wolves Foundation and the Good Shepherd, with money going into projects which support the homeless and vulnerable from across Wolverhampton.

One example of just how funds can provide support is with how a Wolverhampton couple have been helped with food and accommodation after ending up in a cramped rat-infested tent in the city centre.

Amy and her partner started accessing the Good Shepherd’s food service after being made homeless, but soon engaged with senior support worker Tina Lane in seeking additional support regards finding accommodation.

Thanks to Tina then working with Wolverhampton Homes, they have managed to move into a flat, and Amy has also been able to access counselling sessions to improve her mental health.

“Just recently my partner and myself found ourselves homeless and needed to start accessing the Good Shepherd a little bit more,” she said.

“We found ourselves having to stay in a small tent with not very many belongings.

“There was bad weather, rats and people stealing things so that when we came back to the tent, it wasn’t a tent anymore.

“We would be moved around as well which was difficult, and it’s just horrible to wake up in that situation every morning – really horrible.

“You have no toilet, no food, no hot drinks and aren’t sure from one day to the next what is going to happen.”

Accessing support from the Good Shepherd who then worked with Wolverhampton Homes meant that Amy and her partner managed to agree a tenancy and move into a flat, from where she has also been able to make use of the charity’s additional services.

“Everyone has been really helpful and it’s so important to us to know that the support is there,” she adds.


Tickets cost £35 for adults or £20 for under-18s (minimum age 13), who must be accompanied by an adult, with a maximum of two Under-18s per adult. Registration takes place from 7pm to 8.30pm with the event finishing at 6am on Saturday.

Participants must aim to raise a minimum of £100 sponsorship from the event, which will feature special guests and ambassadors from both charities in attendance to support such an important cause.



"Of course it’s so important to give back to the community and Wolverhampton as a whole. It's great to be here and to show our support."

Maximilian Kilman | Wolves Captain and Foundation Ambassador

"As a lifelong Wolves fan, to represent the Club and Foundation is something I'll cherish forever."

Daz James | Wolves Disability FC

"Without Wolves Foundation I wouldn't be here today, that's for certain."

John Martin | Head 4 Health participant

"It is amazing to be out there meeting people and having some fun. It is really important for Wolves to have this connection with the fans and to see the happiness in their faces."

Toti Gomes | Wolves Defender

"Savannah absolutely loves the group. The staff are committed to making every single session fun and welcoming."

Natasha | Healthy Goals parent

"It’s special because it's my club and I’m so proud to be from Wolves as well. I can see the projects and all the work Wolves Foundation are doing and I know it makes such an impact, so to even be a little part of that and to help out where I can – it's so exciting."

Amber Sandhu | Broadcaster and Foundation Ambassador

"It’s huge for the school, I can’t speak highly enough of Wolves Foundation and the opportunities that they give us."

Mr Robinson | Woodsetton School

“I think all football clubs should be the beating heart of their communities and Wolves, through the Foundation, manages to do that."

Johnny Phillips | Sky Sports Presenter and Foundation Ambassador

"We get loads of different opportunities with a Premier League club. I feel really privileged to be a part of it."

Mustafa | Football & Education College Academy student

"Frank has Alzheimer’s Disease and when he was first diagnosed we felt lost and alone. Attending Molineux Memories is a lifeline for both of us; it is run by friendly, committed staff who ensure that everyone is included and enjoys themselves."

Frank and Alison | Molineux Memories

"To come here and be hands on with the kids is unreal. Working with Wolves and the Foundation is a blessing and I'm honoured. It feels surreal sometimes but it's the best feeling."

S-X | Music Producer and Foundation Ambassador

"It's good to give back what you got. Football and the Wolves Foundation help me, so I like to help the community."

Taye | Premier League Kicks

"Wolves is a fantastic football club, and they’re excelling off the pitch as well with all the brilliant community work that the Foundation does. The passion of the coaches and the opportunities to play are amazing."

Jack Rutter | Former Great Britain Paralympian and Foundation Ambassador

"Wolves has definitely helped my personal development, but now also helps me to develop people I work with. I wouldn’t be where I am today without the opportunities Wolves Foundation have given me."

Carl Ackasovs | Wolves Foundation

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