We’re proud to be supporting Byte Night which is Action for Children’s biggest annual fundraiser; a national sleep out event. Each year hundreds of likeminded people from the business and technology arena give up their beds for one night to help change the lives of vulnerable young people.

Action for Children works with young people and their families every day. Byte Night helps young people who are homeless in the UK every year through no fault of their own.

Rami Cassis, CEO of Parseq says, “Byte Night is a great cause and I’m proud that Parseq is supporting the prevention of youth homelessness. Our future generations deserve the best start in life which this important charity provides.”

Byte Night will be taking place across 10 UK locations on Friday 6th October 2017. Parseq has three teams of five taking part in the sleep out from our sites in Glasgow, Rotherham and Sunderland:


Glasgow                                                 Rotherham                                                Sunderland

Martin McBreen                              Andrea Basford                                       Sue Jarvis

John Goodram                                  Dianne Mills                                              Janine Hunt

Gerry Dignam                                  Stephanie Taylor                                     Christina Ramshaw

Iain Gibson                                        Shannon Connolly                                  Cathrine Brannigan

Stacey Campbell                               Helena Troop                                          Harjit Jagpal


Business partners sponsoring Byte Night include FedEx, the Amber group, Greggs, Finastra, Secure Data Management and The big yellow self storage company.

We would really appreciate any donation for Byte Night from our clients, partners and suppliers. You can donate by visiting Parseq’s Just Giving page: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/bnparseq

We thank you in advance for helping us achieve our goal to help prevent homelessness for young people and our mission to raise £7,500 for Action for Children.