Several businesses saw employees sleep outside their place of work
Hundreds of people have slept outdoors in solidarity with homeless people.
The Shine A Light campaign by Focus Ireland saw the business community come together for one night to raise vital funds and to stand in solidarity with people experiencing homelessness.
Sleep-outs took place at Dublin's Christ Church Cathedral and Cork City Gaol on Friday.
While several businesses - including Newstalk - saw employees sleep outside their place of work.
Down to Business host Bobby Kerr was one of those taking part:
Workers slept on the balcony on the fifth floor of Marconi House:
While this morning, Bobby gave his thoughts on the experience:
Business leaders, including the head of Google Ireland, also took part.
Last year, more than 300 business leaders raised €1.5m.
Focus Ireland say 6,525 people are currently without a home, and one-in-three are children.
It says over 2,100 children are currently living in emergency homeless accommodation, while more than half of those children are under 8-years-old.
On average, more than 60 families a month become homeless in Ireland.
Bobby Kerr talked about the experience - this year and last - on Down to Business.