LandAid’s latest grants funding round saw over £640,000 of support offered to youth homelessness charities across the UK. This has enabled 240 new bed spaces to be created, to support young people who have nowhere else to turn.
Esteemed senior leaders from across the property industry have assembled for the first time to officially launch brand new LandAid Scotland board.
Paul Morrish, Chief Executive of LandAid, and the latest ambassador for the Centre for Homelessness Impact's End it With Evidence Campaign, talks about his commitment to bring together key stakeholders and utilise rigorous research to inform decision-making and tackle the challenges faced by young people experiencing homelessness.
Youth voice is a project within St Basils, funded by LandAid, where a group of young people share their lived experiences of homelessness to bring about change. They have started their own podcast.
A new initiative to make it easier for small charities to access free professional support has been launched during Small Charity Week by 19 organisations, all members of the UK Pro Bono Association. LandAid are proud to be one of these charities.
LandAid and StreetSmart have come together for a celebratory night to say thank you to the hospitality and property industries for their support.
Landaid and Berkley Foundation, two organisations both committed to tackling youth homelessness, have partnered to fund Youth Voice, an engagement organisation within the homelessness charity, St Basils. The three-year, over £200,000 funding agreement aims to give young people who have experienced homelessness a voice and ensure their contributions are valued.
LandAid CEO, Paul Morrish, recently joined a fantastic panel of speakers for the 2023 “Connect: The National Youth Homelessness Conference” in association with Centrepoint.
Since April 1, LandAid’s Deputy Chief Executive (DCEO), Alice Lamb, has added a formidable, additional cog to her wheels, following her appointment to Director of Operations.