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Currie & Brown employees are fundraising £15,000 for Land Aid as part of the RICS Pledge 150 campaign by December 2018.

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Throughout 2018, employees from across Currie & Brown's UK offices are taking part in fundraising activities to help end youth homelessness in the UK. Our target is to raise £15,000 for Land Aid and contribute to the RICS pledge 150 target of £2.25 million this year.
Please show your support through donations, sponsorship and words of encouragement for those undertaking challenges this year.

Completed Events
Yorkshire Pedathlon, Masham - on Friday 11th May, Tim Boyle from our Manchester office cycled 80 miles through the Yorkshire Dales.
Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge -  On 8th June, 16 employees challenged themselves to walking 24 miles summiting three peaks along the way – that’s 1585m of ascent – in under 12 hours!
The Worlds Biggest Property Bike Ride - In June, 17 of our London colleagues pedalled their way around the Surrey Hills. 
Bake offs - bakers from across our offices have been competing for the title of Master Baker, much to the delight of fellow cake loving employees, all in a bid to raise money for LandAid.
Manchester Half Marathon - Sam Marsh from our Cambridge office ran the Manchester half marathon and raised over £250

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RICS Pledge 150- National

RICS and LandAid aim to raise £2.25 million and deliver 150 bed spaces across the UK by December 2018.

It costs around £15,000 to provide one bed space – we need your support to help us deliver our mission to end youth homelessness. You can be the reason that young people affected by homelessness can get the shelter and support they deserve. 

Pledge to end youth homelessness

This year over 80,000 young people in the UK will be homeless. Homelessness doesn’t just mean sleeping on the streets, it’s a much wider issue. It means not having a place to call home, somewhere private, secure, decent and affordable and where you have a right to stay.  

Youth homelessness is a problem that can be solved, and RICS, along with our professionals, can play a vital role. With investment in the right support services and secure accommodation, we can protect young people from facing life in an overcrowded hostel, moving from sofa to sofa or even on the streets.

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03-October-2017 00:00  - 
31-December-2018 23:59

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Great to be eating the vegan surprise!
Donation by clinton green
on 17-01-2019
£9.25 gift aid
Collection boxes
Donation by London Office
on 17-01-2019
£0.00 gift aid
Thank you Charles for setting up a wonderful auction. And to everyone that took part, of course.
Donation by Jerusha
on 17-01-2019
£0.00 gift aid
Donation by Vassos Theodosiou
on 04-01-2019
£0.00 gift aid
Donation by Charles McSweeney
on 19-12-2018
£5.00 gift aid
Money raised from Christmas Jumper Day
Donation by C&B Northern Ireland
on 18-12-2018
£0.00 gift aid
Donated in place M&S vouchers
Donation by Jasmine Adley
on 18-12-2018
£0.00 gift aid
Winning bid for champers
Donation by Stuart McEwan
on 17-12-2018
£10.00 gift aid
Winning bid for M&S hamper
Donation by Neil Brierley
on 17-12-2018
£15.50 gift aid
Well done everyone
Donation by Gareth Trevor
on 14-12-2018
£0.00 gift aid

Donation summary

Online Donations: £6,684.31
Offline Donations: £906.31
Total Raised: £7,590.62
Total Raised
with gift aid:    £8,094.29

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