LandAid’s Steptober challenge saw 1,308 participants, across 334 teams take more than 196 million steps over the last two weeks, raising over £112,000 to end youth homelessness.
With participants from across the world, including 77 international steppers from Denmark, Spain, Hungary, Germany, France and beyond, this is LandAid’s biggest and best Steptober to date!
The property and real estate industry-wide challenge was powered by headline sponsor Logicor who had over 130 of their own colleagues taking part.
The event also had brilliant support from regional sponsor, Dalbergia.
Steptober was capped off with a virtual prize giving event on Thursday 20 October.
Prizes included: Team with the Highest Step Count Award which was won by Node Tech’s Team Node’ who took a staggering 1.36 million steps together over the 2-week period. They were closely followed by TFT’s Team 2 Steppers’ and New London Architecture’s Team1′ in second and third place, respectively.
Inyoung Cho of DTZ won the award for Top Stepping Individual taking an incredible 724,784 steps – an average of 51,770 steps a day.
The challenge saw team Blister Sisters’ from BNP Paribas take the award for Top Fundraising Team, having raised £2,194 for LandAid. The Top Individual Fundraiser went to Archana, also from BNP Paribas, who raised £1,466 to end youth homelessness.
All money raised from the challenge will support young people experiencing homelessness across the UK, giving safety, security, and opportunities that are so desperately needed.
Fundraising pages of all participants will remain open until 18 November, giving plenty of time to still pledge support.
Paul Morrish, Chief Executive, LandAid said: ‘At a time when the cost-of-living crisis is deepening and the weather is getting colder, it is even more important that we are there for the most vulnerable people in our society. It has been brilliant to see professionals from across the property and real estate industry come together for yet another Steptober. The sign ups always exceed our expectations, and this year is no different, being our largest to date. It’s amazing to see how much the industry cares and the subsequent social impact that is continually being created by raising valuable funds to help young people experiencing homeless across the country. A big thank you to everyone involved!’