Easily Donate to the 2020 #XMASSTAR Appeal

You can help Sutton Night Watch & celebrate Christmas 2020 by donating a star to our Christmas Star Appeal.

We have created some beautiful wooden stars, which will be hung by a ribbon, embellished with an individual name, family name or company name of your choice (up to 10 characters).

We are also hopeful some of you would like to dedicate a star to one (or all) of our service users & we will embellish it with the word ‘Friend’ .

In addition, if you would like to contribute a Christmas message for our service users please email it to and we will add this to our Christmas remembrance book.

All the stars will be hung on our community tree, at our shelter at 35 Manor Road, Wallington, until the 6th January.

If you would like to claim your star after Christmas please contact our offices ( after 7th January 2021, if a star is not claimed it will be hung in our Garden of Hope, celebrating our donators and supporters.

To make this whole process nice & easy – you can now click the image below to be taken to our EASY DONATE page.

We are suggesting amounts of either £5, £10, £20 or £40, but of course we are extremely grateful for whatever you are able to support us with.

Some info for you.

What does Sutton Night Watch do?

The charity was set up to support and raise awareness for the homeless people within the London Borough of Sutton and surrounding areas.

We have the following aims

  • To continue to help those impacted by Covid-19 and the ongoing pandemic
  • Take our current part-time success to a full-time successful future and overtime replicate the model in new boroughs throughout London and the home counties.
  • To help the homeless and vulnerable people of Sutton by supporting them on a full-time basis at our very own service centre.
  • To have a fundraising team working full time on our #55appeal and our yearly fundraising events.
  • Signpost our service users to the correct services available, supporting them on a one-to-one basis with all documentation that is required to avail of each service.
  • To give our service users a safe place to come in during the day where they can get food, clothes and washing facilities.
  • Having internet access to support them with job applications and looking for accommodation.
  • Providing educational services such as basic English and Maths classes.
  • Getting service users back integrated into society again.
Thank you for supporting Sutton Night Watch as we support others through this very difficult time.