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Richardson become a LandAid partner to help end youth homelessness

lauren.doy@land... | 07.07.22

Richardson is a leader in real estate and growth capital with a business portfolio that is embedded across the world. The trading and investment business began over 70 years ago in the West Midlands. Their real estate holdings are significant in scale and content, encompassing office, residential, distribution centres, leisure and infrastructure properties, nationally and internationally. 

Award-winning in both projects and people, this year saw Co-Founder Roy Richardson inducted into the Property Week Hall of Fame, alongside former LandAid Chair of Trustees, Rob Bould. Richardson’s current growth capital investments include an award-winning Swiss technology company, a UK financial services business, a US based medical real estate company and the largest avocado grower in New Zealand.  

In addition, the Richardson Brothers Foundation gives financial support to a wide range of charities and individuals across the UK.  

LandAid are thrilled to be the next organisation that Richardson have chosen to support, with an initial donation of £10,000.  

LandAid bring the property industry together to aid charities delivering life-changing services for young people who are or have been homeless, or who are at risk of homelessness in the future. 

The funds will enable youth homelessness charities, UK wide, to continue to provide both emergency accommodation and more long-term support for those who need it most. It will create opportunities for young people and solid, stable routes out of homelessness.  

Paul Morrish, LandAid CEO said: “We are so grateful to have received this new support from Richardson.  122,000 young people approached their local council for housing support last year alone. We know that many of these are left unsupported and often fall upon the vital care that charities provide in local communities across the UK. With donations like the one from Richardson, LandAid can continue to support young people in building a brighter future.”       

Carl Richardson said: “We are delighted to be supporting LandAid and to have become a Foundation Partner. Our family has a long and distinguished history within the property industry, and so this support for LandAid – the property industry’s charity – is in many ways a natural fit for the Richardson Brothers Foundation. We look forward to working closely with the charity and helping to create new opportunities for young people who need the support that LandAid aims to deliver alongside its partners.”  

Find out more about Richardson here  

Read more about the impact LandAid make here