Bytes SP Team Sleeping Rough in Reading to Raise Funds and Awareness for Action for Children

Friday 15th July 2016

Bytes Security Partnerships are delighted to announce we will be sending a team of our staff to take part in Byte Night 2012's Thames Valley event, in aid of Action for Children. This year the charity event is hoping to reach the £5million mark in fundraising since its launch 12 years ago. We are aiming to help by raising at least £5,000 as a team and raise awareness of youth homelessness amongst our customers, colleagues, friends and family.

Event Details in Brief

What: Byte Night Thames Valley When: Friday 5th October 2012; 6pm-6amWhere: Forbury Gardens, Reading, BerkshireSleeper Targets: Individual target - £1000, Team fundraising target - £5,000Byte Night is the IT industry sleep-out to raise vital funds for Action for Children to help tackle the root causes of youth homelessness. At least 75,000 children and young people experience homelessness each year, and of those, 1 in 3 will attempt suicide and 1 in 7 will be physically or sexually assaulted. Solving youth homelessness is about more than taking people off the streets. Action for Children works to prevent youth homelessness through early intervention by ensuring that young people across the UK are given the support they need before it's too late.

Our Team Members

Braving the cold in October in Reading's Forbury Park will be a cross section of employees from all different departments at Bytes SP:John Gilbertson (Director) Shona Bradshaw (Marketing Manager)Leanne Pocock (Financial Controller) John Tait (Technical Consultant)Geoff Joseph (Business Development Executive)

Get Involved - Support Our Team

Message from the team:"On 5th October 2012 we will be shivering in our sleeping bags and sleeping out overnight in Reading's Forbury Park in aid of Action for Children - to raise awareness of and funds to fight child homelessness.We are hoping to raise £5000 as a team to make a real difference to a great cause. We will update the page with our photos to show how cold we got.Your donations would be really appreciated so come on friends, family customers and colleagues, dig deep. Just click on the donate button below to make a donation on our fundraising site - thanks in advance.!"Shona, John G, John T, Leanne and Geoff


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