A life without limits

Technology has the power to change and shape lives, writes Byte Night founder Ken Deeks.

Byte Night supports Action for Children projects across the country, providing vulnerable young people with the help they need to get their lives back on track, from emergency accommodation and long-term supported living solutions, to mentoring and guidance. These projects give young people the space and security they need to work out what they want from their future and help them get there, steering them away from the dangers of a life spent on the streets.

I also firmly believe that what encourages such fervent support from the technology industry is our similarity of purpose. We too want to change people's lives.

So join us on 4th October and witness for yourself what technology can achieve and how it is helping some of the UK's most vulnerable to live a life without limits.   

The IT Pro team are taking part in Byte Night on Friday. You can sponsor us here. Alternatively you can sponsor Ken here - it all goes to a great cause. 

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