LandAid, the property industry charity, is calling on over 1,000 property professionals across the country to come together to endure one night outside and SleepOut on Thursday March 2, to raise funds to support young people who do not have a safe and secure place to call home.
LandAid SleepOut 2023 will take place in seven locations across the UK: Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Leeds, London, Manchester and, for the first time ever, there will be a Scottish LandAid SleepOut in Glasgow.In addition, people can take part virtually by Sleeping Out at Home.
Each participant is asked to raise over £166 – the cost of funding one desperately needed bed space for a month. Every penny raised will take LandAid one step closer towards its mission of ending youth homelessness, giving young people the structure and support they need, to build a brighter future.
Support from across the property and real estate industries includes headline sponsor, Knight Frank, alongside regional sponsors; Prologis in Birmingham, TFT in Bristol, Hollis in Glasgow, Addleshaw Goddard in Manchester and Henry Boot Developments in Leeds. Each region will help fund a local project that will have a huge impact on its community.
For those taking part in the SleepOut at Home, there will be a livestream, featuring speeches from property professionals, the headline and regional sponsors, and young people who have experienced homelessness.
This is the fifth LandAid SleepOut. Last year, LandAid’s first ever hybrid, at-home and in-person SleepOut saw 840 property professionals braving the rain and cold overnight to raise over £560,000.
Register for LandAid SleepOut 2023 here: https://bit.ly/3hzq3A9