On Thursday night our Managing Partner, John Macmillan and
Marketing Director, Laura Wilson will be braving a cold winters
night to help raise vital funds for some of Scotland's most
vulnerable people. Along with over 200 others, the "CEO Sleep
Out" is raising funds for Social Bite who will use the
proceeds to build a village to help those who are homeless to get
back on their feet and set up employment programs.
The sleep out takes place at 7pm in Charlotte Square in
Edinburgh with business leaders being provided with only a sleeping
bag, until 7am the next day.
Christmas is a time of year where we eat, drink and are merry
with our families and friends. But it is also an incredibly lonely
and harsh time for our homeless populations. This event will be the
first time the members of the Scottish business community
experience for one night what the homeless community go through and
all funds raised will go to breaking the cycle of homelessness for
If you would like to support John and Laura and help the
homeless to get back on their feet, please
click here. All donations will make a significant difference
and are very much appreciated by us and those the charity
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