Another £6K in the pot

Last Thursday (7th September) we sponsored a charity bike ride in which like-minded professionals cycled 100K to raise money for Byte Night – one of the UK’s biggest mass participation events – in aid of Action for Children.

In hopes of achieving the annual goal of £100,000 set for the North East, 24 cyclists challenged themselves and managed to raise over £6,000 in doing so. Huge congratulations to all of those who participated!

We’d also like to take this opportunity to thank anybody so donated. It’s been great to see so many individuals get behind the charity and support it in any way possible.


On Friday 6th October, members of the public – and team members from Atlas Cloud – will be participating the sleep-out event in aid of Action for Children to help children, young people and families around the UK. All money raised will go towards the £100,000 we hope to raise in the North East. Byte Night has seen a huge increase in participants since the beginning, from the 30 individuals in 1998 who gave up their beds, to the 1,200 people last year who came together to support the charity in the same way.

For more information on how you can donate to Byte Night, visit


Action for Children is a charity which works to support children, young people and their families who have suffered from family breakdowns, mental health issues, abuse and more. Their aim is to give people a safe and happy future and with your help through these events, this could become reality for a lot of people.

You can find more information about the charity at

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