Colleagues from Booths will sleep rough on the streets tomorrow to raise cash for a young people’s charity.
Six IT workers from Booths, including some from Preston and Longridge,will brave the elements in Manchester to help Action for Children.
Jacob Pye, Rajesh Chauhan, Andrew Rafferty, Dean Martin and Rui Carneiro will take part in Byte Night, an event supported by IT workers every year.
Action for Children helps 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.
Andrew Rafferty, IT and supply director at Booths, said: “We’re all just a few wrong decisions away from sleeping on someone’s sofa, to wearing out that welcome and sleeping rough.
“If my team can raise some funds help prevent homelessness that’s something to be proud of.”