On 11th March, six brave volunteers from Stride Treglown; Rachel Bell, Pierre Wassenaar, John Wright, Matthew Judd, Jack Roche and LandAid Ambassador, Roxanne Townsend, will join property professionals across the country taking part in the LandAid SleepOut At Home.
They will brave one night outside (or in the most uncomfortable spot they can find) to help prevent young people from facing the same prospect, every night.
The SleepOut is aiming to raise £15,000 for youth homelessness projects across the country.
The Covid-19 crisis has had an immense effect on all of us, on our daily lives, our businesses, our sense of security. The impact of the pandemic can be felt even more acutely by young people facing homelessness. They need our support more than ever.
All money raised by the South West & Wales region will fund the East Street Mews development, a ground-breaking initiative that will create 11 contemporary apartments to provide much-needed affordable housing for young homeless people in Bristol.
If you are able to sponsor our team please visit their fundraising page. Stride Treglown will match every penny you donate.
A huge thank you for your support.
This year 86,000 young people in the UK will be homeless. But what does that really mean? Homelessness is more than just sleeping on the streets. While this can be the most dangerous, and most visible, form of homelessness, it’s just the tip of the iceberg. Homelessness means not having a place to call home – a place that is private, secure, decent and affordable, and where you have a right to stay.
With representation on the South West Regional Board of LandAid, we’re proud to support the property industry charity working to #EndYouthHomelessness in the UK.
LandAid bring together businesses and individuals from across the property industry to support charities delivering life-changing projects for young people who are or have been homeless, or who are at risk of homelessness.