Computerlinks employees Barry Mullins and Alexandra Kennedy have agreed to sleep rough for one night next month to raise money for Action for Children.
At the time of writing, the group had accrued over £1,500 in sponsorship money through their online fundraising page, but they are calling on the channel to dig deep and give more.
In a joint statement, Mullins and Kennedy said they were proud to be a part of the event, which is open to anyone in the IT industry to participate in.
It read: “It is really important for companies like Computerlinks to get involved with the local community, [as] it is very easy to forget the great causes that are being supported on a regional level.
“By sponsoring us, not only will you help to keep thousands of young people off the streets, you will also help them build better lives with secure accommodation, education and training opportunities.”
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