Our Patrons Network

Senior property leaders unite against youth homelessness through our LandAid Patrons Network.

LandAid’s Patrons Network aims to unite and engage the industry’s top tier in our mission to provide relief and security to the most vulnerable across the country, as well as to amplify the impact of our work across their networks.

The Patrons Network was developed by former LandAid Chair, Rob Bould, with the aim of asking the most senior players in the industry, and those who have been such a major part of its history and evolution, to come together with a special purpose.

The focus of the Patrons Network is on promotion, advocacy and engagement. Patrons will be using their experience and influence to help spread the word about our impact, make the case for support to new partners, and realise our ambition of fostering a genuine social movement both across and through our industry.

Anyone wishing to find out more about our Patrons Network can contact patrons@landaid.org.

Our Patrons Network

Click below to view the current members of the LandAid Patrons Network.

The LandAid Patrons Network

Our Patrons in action

Jo Allen, Frogmore - LandAid Patron

Patron Profile: Jo Allen, Frogmore

Jo Allen, Chief Executive at Frogmore, is a member of the LandAid Patrons Network, a collection of senior property leaders and LandAid ‘alumni’ who are collectively using their knowledge and influence in the property industry to help support our mission to end youth homelessness.

Patron Profile: Richard Rees, Savills

Richard Rees, Managing Director and Head of National Development Services at Savills, is a member of the LandAid Patrons Network. He talked to us about how small actions can make a big impact.

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Support our mission

By becoming a corporate partner, donating your professional expertise or fundraising for us, you will helping young people to break the cycle of homelessness and move onto the bright futures they deserve.

Our impact

LandAid is the property industry charity, working to end youth homelessness in the UK.

Become a partner

By becoming a corporate partner you will be helping young people to break the cycle of homelessness and move onto brighter futures.