Aon CEO supports 702 Sun International CEO Sleep Out

03 June 2015 Aon
Terence Williams, CEO of Aon South Africa.

Terence Williams, CEO of Aon South Africa.

Aon South Africa CEO Terence Williams will join some of South Africa’s top bosses at the 702 Sun International CEO Sleep Out on 18 June, the coldest night of the year. With a sleeping bag and a cold pavement as bed partners for the night, CEO’s from all over the country will spend the night on the street outside the JSE with the purpose of uniting business in the fight against homelessness.

“The CEO Sleep Out really bridges the gap between empathy and activism with purpose. I’m proud to be part of an initiative that goes beyond awareness only, and actually empowers the participants to take action by making us walk in someone else’s shoes. It’s an incredibly effective way of highlighting the pain and struggle of homelessness and poverty. At the end of this initiative, we’ll hopefully have raised millions of Rands that will go to The Girls & Boys Town Foundation and make a tangible and real difference to South Africa’s vulnerable children.

I am absolutely daunted by the challenge of being on the street on the coldest night of the year, but I feel privileged to join my peers in walking the talk and drawing attention to this cause,” says Terence Williams, CEO of Aon South Africa.

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