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Carly Barnes

PCA Predict (a GBG Company)

We're sleeping outdoors for a night for CEO Sleepout because we want to raise funds for homeless charities

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  • Team members: David Green, Cathie Hall, John Sharman, Mike Cook, Chris Boaz and Carly Barnes
  • Event: CEO Sleepout Worcester, 26 Apr 2018

CEO Sleepout

We Invite business leaders to sleep rough to fight poverty & homelessness UK wide

Charity Registration No. 1154963

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The PCA Predict and GBG team are taking part in the CEO Sleep-out at the end of April. A small bunch of us are going to sleep outdoors, give up a night of comfort as a gesture of compassion, support others less fortunate than ourselves, and to demonstrate a spirit that will hopefully encourage you to dig deep and help raise vital funds for many homeless charities. 

Homelessness is a global problem that isn't going away, and one that could so easily affect you, a family member, friend or work colleague. In the UK alone there are more than a quarter of a million people without a place to call home, and in the US over half a million are homeless - a quarter of them children.

As a business GBG and PCA Predict are experts in the location of people and places. So it felt natural to take part in this event which is supporting those who find themselves with out a safe place to call home.

The money raised from this event is will help people with needs such as shelter, washing facilities, mental health assistance and getting back to work initiatives. Two charities which will directly benefit from this event is St Paul's Hostel and Worcester Community Foundation. 


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