LandAid aiming to raise over £500,000 to end youth homelessness, calling on over 1,000 property professionals to SleepOut in March across 7 UK locations, including a brand new Scottish SleepOut
An exhibition with a difference comes to London’s King’s Cross this winter, with a showcase of tattoo art from around the world raising money to support young people experiencing homelessness across the UK.
StreetSmart’s annual campaign, in partnership with LandAid, to raise vital funds to support homeless people in the UK takes place during November and December. The charity is urging diners to visit a supporting restaurant and donate £1 per table at the many restaurants, pubs and hotels taking part in the scheme.
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.
Vodafone has pledged to provide more than 50,000 free SIMs, worth a total of £4,500,000, to homelessness charities across the UK through its charities.connected initiative.
The Real Estate Industry has the power to make the 2022 StreetSmart campaign the most successful yet, through creating connections with occupiers, retail outlets and hotels.
LandAid’s Steptober challenge is returning for a fifth year, with registration opening today, Wednesday 3 August. The industry-wide challenge, powered by headline sponsor Logicor, will see teams of four property professionals from across the sector put their steps to good use to end youth homelessness for LandAid, the property industry charity, from 4-18 October 2022.
Back in July 2021, the LandAid Tech Network was launched, engaging the proptech community in LandAid’s mission to end youth homelessness in the UK.
Last year, over 60 property industry organisations stepped forward to offer their time and skills to 92 different charities through LandAid’s Pro Bono programme, resulting in over £700,000 worth of professional support for disadvantaged young people and families throughout the UK.