Sleep in the Park 2018 - Ben Hartman, Chairman

Sleep in the Park 2018 - Ben Hartman, Chairman

On Saturday 8 December I will be continuing Cullen Property’s support for Social Bite by taking part in Sleep in the Park 2018. Social Bite is a charity whose mission is to end homelessness in Scotland. Malcolm Warrack took part in Social Bite’s first sleep out in 2016 which raised sufficient funds to build the Social Bite Village in Granton, Edinburgh. Then last year a team of 7 Cullen staff took part in the first Sleep in the Park on the coldest night of the year, an unforgettable experience for all though not one that all the team wanted to repeat!

Our target this year is to raise £3,000 in donations and, as last year, Cullen Property will match any donations up to our £3,000 target.

You can find out more about Sleep in the Park and Social Bite here and by visiting my fundraising page HERE 

I really appreciate your support and thank you for any donations.

Ben Hartman

Chairman

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