The campaign is already making a difference and has so far funded four projects, all of which will provide safe, secure and affordable housing for young people who have experienced homelessness. You can find out more about the projects below:
We encourage everyone working in the land, property and construction sectors to join in with the challenge.
When it comes to fundraising activities and helping to publicise the campaign, the bigger your ideas the better!
As part of the RICS Pledge150 campaign, those working in the built environment may also be given the opportunity to provide pro bono property advice to local charities supporting disadvantaged young people, families and communities, including those experiencing homelessness.
All firms that make a corporate donation to the RICS’ Pledge150 campaign will be highlighted on the organisation’s online pledge wall and will have the opportunity to say what they are actively doing to help end youth homelessness.
For more information on the RICS Pledge150 campaign and tools to get you started - including brochures, posters and fundraising activities – visit the RICS website.
Check out the latest Pledge150 events on Twitter and see how you can get involved.