As the Coronavirus lockdown continues, we are doing everything possible to protect London’s homeless people from COVID-19 - many of whom are at high risk due to underlying physical and mental health conditions.

That's why we need your support, raising vital funds for our Coronavirus emergency crisis appeal.

Not sure how to do so? Why not enter the SHP Circle Challenge - our new #TeamSHP Stay-At-Home challenge event!


What is the Circle Challenge?

From Joe Wicks to the Green Goddess to Barry's Bootcamp, we are all exercising at home at the moment...

...And we are challenging the public, our corporate supporters and all Londoners working at home to put this time to even better use by entering The SHP Circle Challenge!

We want you to walk, run or dance the length of the Circle Line from the comfort of your own home to support homeless Londoners through the COVID-19 crisis and beyond. 

Yes, that's right. The Circle Line. All 21.2 miles of it (or 427 minutes / 45,000 steps if you'd rather!). 

Don’t worry, you don’t need to do it all in one go!

You can even take on the challenge as part of a team, or split up the distance across a number of days. 

All you need to do is:

  1. Make a pledge i.e. "I'll cover the distance of the Circle Line in..."
  2. Download our fundraising pack here
  3. Set up a fundraising page by clicking here
  4. Ask your company if they will offer matched giving for your fundraising
  5. Get going!
  6. Use social media to tell all your friends/colleagues and encourage them to get involved too! Don't forget to tag us on Twitter or Instagram (both @shpcharity)

Click here to get started


NOTE: Please don't walk/run the real tube line currently - we'll do this once the lockdown is over. For now, please undertake any exercise close to or in your home, maintaining Government advice around social distancing.