Sean Kearns, the Chief Executive of CSCS, is to participate in a CEO Sleepout on Monday 21st November 2022 at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London.
With just a sleeping bag and pillow, Sean will join the following individuals to raise funds for both the chosen charities.
- Andy Keast – London Irish Foundation
- Fran Boorman – Goal17
- Kam Tirmizey – Exceed Group
- James Griffin – Lazard Makinson Cowell
- Mark Bensted – London Irish RFC
- Mary Fyfe – London Irish Women
- Paul Bates – Hilton Metropole
- Adam Stevens – Collection Pot
Sean said: “It’s a pleasure to be joining with other senior business and charity leaders in raising funds and awareness in support of individuals experiencing homelessness. I hope that my single night of discomfort will help to generate funds for organisations who support individuals on a daily basis.”
All donations are welcomed and can be made by visiting: https://www.collectionpot.com/pot/lifceosleepover/
About the London Irish Foundation
The London Irish Foundation is the official charity of London Irish Rugby Football Club. They deliver projects that use the power of sport to make a lasting, positive impact on individuals’ lives whilst helping to build a meaningful and sustainable legacy for sport and education across our communities.
Within this, their key work strands are rugby development, education, community engagement and inclusion, all of which are underpinned by our core values – family, home from home, open to all, with sport at the heart.
About CEO Sleepout
CEO Sleepout brings business leaders together for an unforgettable night sleeping under the stars, uniting to fight homelessness in cities across the UK.
They are a national charity who believe in funding local grass-roots programmes where possible; committed to supporting local charities in all of our host cities, as well as charities that work hard to combat poverty and homelessness the length and breadth of the UK.
They make sure that the majority of money raised is distributed to local charities to fight homelessness and poverty within a few miles of each CEO Sleepout, as well as those charities that work nationally.
FASET and CSCS worked together at the start of 2021 to issue a card for those working at height, specifically installers of safety nets, stair towers, edge protection (tube and fitting) and platform decking. The card provides proof that individuals working on construction sites have the appropriate training and qualifications for the job they perform.