18th January 2016 - 23rd January 2016

A real life view of homelessness from 5 days and 5 nights on the streets of London with Sezer Sherif. With just a sleeping bag, the clothes on my back and a video camera, lets end homelessness together. Please share and watch for updates of my daily video diary.

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About Me

Hi, I’m Sezer Sherif.

First and foremost, a huge thank you for taking the time to visit and share in this experience and cause. Your support and time will without doubt make a huge difference to those i hope to bring into the light. Homelessness has always been a sensitive and personal issue to my heart and for many years I’ve attempted, in my own way to do my part in making a change for the better. Some of you will know me as a friend or loved one, most of you will not know me at all.

Hopefully after this we will all share a connection for the better. What almost all of you will not know is the story of my past and why I of all people have chosen to put myself through 5 days and 5 nights in one of the most frightening and isolated situations possible. In my opinion people live three lives: Their public life, their private life, their secret life! It is important, I believe, to open as many peoples eyes to the silent struggles others go through, in the hope that the strong will help those that are struggling and have no voice.

Thank you again, please make a change with me.

Love Sezer x

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Charities I am supporting

Raising funds in aid of:

Glassdoor

As London’s largest emergency winter night shelter, Glass Door (formerly WLCHC) provides a safe, warm place to sleep for up to 100 men and women a night in partnership with churches across Hammersmith, Fulham, Kensington, Chelsea, Barnes and Putney.

Centrepoint

Centrepoint provides a safe place to live for more than 7,800 young people, aged 16-25, every year in London and the north east of England. But Centrepoint is more than just a room...

Street Link

Funded by the Government as part of its commitment to end rough sleeping. They aim to offer the public a means to act when they see someone sleeping rough, and provide the first step someone can take to ensure people sleeping rough are connected to the local services and support available to them.