Delivering educational facilities in Sheffield
LandAid works to improve the lives of children and young people in the UK who experience disadvantage due to their economic or social circumstances.
As a charitable foundation supported by the property industry, LandAid finds ways to apply the generosity and expertise of the industry to this cause.
In parts of North Belfast, the second most deprived constituency in Northern Ireland, communities and young people are often affected by territorial and religious divisions.
Belfast Buildings Trust brings the city's iconic buildings back into use, ensuring the spaces are used for community cohesion activities.
The Trust is embarking on a five year conversion of The Carlisle Memorial Church which has been derelict for the last three decades. LandAid is proud to be part-funding internal works to help establish a hospitality training academy for local unemployed young people. The academy will enable job creation and skills development and encourage young people to work together in new ways.
not in education, employment or training (NEET)
1 in 7
young people are unemployed
UK children living in extreme poverty by 2020