You can now book your place for LandAid’s second property industry-wide step challenge, powered by M7 Real Estate. Register here.
Get your team of four together to join the battle with more than 500 other property professionals. Throughout the month of October we will be tracking who can take the most steps to end youth homelessness. Registration is £200 per team, with a £300 fundraising target, or there is the option to pay the full £500.
We’d love to see some healthy competition across the country – sign up multiple teams today and create some friendly rivalry in your offices. Who can take enough steps to walk between your international offices first? Who can reach 1,000,000 steps the quickest? There’s only one way to find out – so get challenging!
Last year saw more than 100 teams fundraising for LandAid, including the #4CEOs4Steptober team, featuring David Atkins of Hammerson, Chris Grigg of British Land, Robert Noel of Landsec and David Sleath of SEGRO who raised a staggering £45,000.
Paul Morrish, Chief Executive, LandAid: ‘Now that registration for our second Steptober challenge is open, I can’t wait to see which new faces we get signing up to step up for LandAid this year! Last year’s challenge saw fierce competition, and I’m looking forward to seeing how you can all take even greater steps to end youth homelessness this time around.’
Richard Croft, Chief Executive, M7 Real Estate: ‘M7 are proud to be partnering with LandAid in this second industry-wide step challenge. With registration opening today, I encourage everyone to step up and take part in this worthy initiative, raising invaluable funds to help vulnerable young people.’