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The LandAid COVID-19 Emergency Fund hits £1m target

natalie.aminoff | 29.07.20

The LandAid COVID-19 Emergency Fund has now given out £700,000 in small emergency grants of up to £10,000 to over 70 charities in every region in the UK. These funds have already made a huge difference to young homeless people.

Find out about all the grants the Fund has given here

Thanks to our supporters and the property industry, LandAid’s Emergency Fund has now raised over £1 million to help vulnerable young people through the pandemic.   

We have been astounded by the support of the industry through this unprecedented time, and your donations are making a real difference to the lives of young homeless people.

The LandAid COVID-19 Emergency Fund has changed lives. 

Although lockdown measures are easing, this crisis isn’t over. LandAid is dedicated to supporting homeliness charities through the pandemic and beyond. As charities are facing new challenges and, the grants that the Fund are giving out are adapting.  We will continue to distribute grants from the Fund to enable charities up and down the country to provide vital support for young homeless people through this crisis. 

We would like to say thanks to the following companies who contributed to the fund. And of course, to each individual who has supported us: 

  • 100 Property Club
  • Abstract Securities
  • Allsop
  • Argent LLP
  • Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner
  • BNP Paribas Real Estate
  • British Land
  • Bruntwood
  • CapCo
  • CLS Holdings
  • CoStar
  • Fazenda
  • Grainger
  • Grosvenor Estate
  • Helical Plc
  • Henry Boot Plc
  • Knight Frank
  • Landsec
  • Logicor
  • M&G Real Estate
  • Mott McDonald
  • Ocorian
  • Picton Capital
  • Prologis
  • Savills (UK) Ltd
  • SEGRO
  • Simmons & Simmons
  • Shakespeare Martineau
  • Squire Patton Boggs
  • StreetSmart
  • Trowers & Hamlins
  • Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield
  • West Midlands Growth Company.