LandAid is calling on 1,000 property professionals to take on their colleagues, tackle their own personal bests or make their debut on Tuesday 4 June in this year’s LandAid 10K sponsored by Evans Randall Investors. Back by popular demand for the second year running is the 5K route.
Property’s biggest 10K is back for 2019, taking place on Tuesday June 4 in Regent’s Park. All funds raised will go towards the aim of ending youth homelessness in the UK.
The race, now in its 23rd year, is property’s best 10K, with last year’s race seeing over 800 property professionals entering to race to end youth homelessness.
The move back to Regent’s Park means this year’s 10K will see veterans, and newcomers alike marking their mark on this new course, whilst networking with fellow property industry professionals. There will also be a 5K option for runners who want a shorter challenge.
Registration for the LandAid 10K is now available at: www.landaid.org/10k-london
Paul Morrish, Chief Executive at LandAid, said: 'For the past 22 years, we’ve seen thousands of property professionals lacing up their running shoes and legging it around London, all for a great cause. By popular demand we’re returning to Regent’s Park, and we’re hoping to see more people than ever taking part in this year’s 10K and racing to end youth homelessness. Every single penny you raise, and every kilometre you jog, will help us give more young people a safe space to call their home.'
Kent Gardner, Chief Executive Officer at Evans Randall Investors, said: ‘We at Evans Randall Investors are hugely excited to again be sponsoring the LandAid 10K, an event that we have been pleased to support for many years. It is a great industry event that combines some exercise, socialising and a little healthy competition all in support of the goal of ending youth homelessness. We look forward to its biggest year yet in 2019.'