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Team RL taking part in CEO Sleepout for homelessness

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On the 31st of October 2016 Emma Whitby-Smith, Head of Investments, Gaynor Whiting, Portfolio Manager, Frances Ward, Sales and Marketing Manager, David Keir, Investment Manager, James Short, FP & A Analyst, Andrew McKee, Investment Analyst and Alex Turner, FP & A Manager from Residential Land, will be sleeping out overnight at Lord’s cricket ground with 100 other people from the business community.

Team RL will be taking part to help raise vitally needed funds for the Cardinal Hume Centre’s work tackling poverty and homelessness. Last year over 1,400 people came to the Centre looking for help, advice and support as times became tougher for them and their families.

While sleeping out for this one night does not compare to the reality for those people who face it day in and day out, the act of solidarity will help highlight the issue of poverty and raise funds for the Centre’s work.

Please sponsor the Residential Land team taking pat in this CEO Sleepout and help send the message that homelessness and poverty should simply not exist in the modern world.

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Thank you very much for your support.

Residential Land sponsors Sir Tom Hunter’s ‘kiltwalk’

Residential Land is proud to sponsor Sir Tom Hunter’s great fundraising charity, ‘kiltwalk‘. Every year walkers unite to raise funds and pay tribute to the many amazing and brave children who have touched their lives. 100% of the funds raised go to children’s charities throughout Scotland, helping to support the vital work they do.

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Residential Land take to the sea!

At Residential Land, we are proud to support an array of charities and activities. In this case Residential Land is proud to support the efforts of individuals in the kite surfing world. This kite surfing pro was demonstrating his skills off the beautiful shores of Ibiza.

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Kite surfing pro in Ibiza

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Residential Land sponsors Refugee Cricket Project

Residential Land is proud to sponsor Refugee Cricket Project. Our donation has helped to get this project to a point where they are confident that the project’s future has refugee_landscape_bluebeen secured for at least two years. They have also been able to create a part time post for the project.

The combination of this and the money raised will enable to assist a significant number of separated refugee children and young people in relation to their immigration and welfare issues. At the same time the project will help them to be involved in and enjoy life in the UK through the sport they love.

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Supporting and helping to change lives of young women in Ukraine

 

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Back in 2012 Residential Land made a generous donation towards an emergency shelter to help homeless young women and girls at risk of HIV in Ukraine. The country has one of the of Europe’s worst AIDS epidemics with just 1 in 6 people infected with HIV on treatment – worse than in some African countries. 30% of women who live on the streets are estimated to be HIV positive.

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West London Day Centre

Residential Land made a difference for many  homeless Londoners this Christmas, by donating generously to the West London Day Centre.  Members of Residential Land Michelle Williams, Senior Project Manager and Lucy Metge, Design Assistant helped to raise and collect the donations. Our donations meant that 60 people left homeless could enjoy a three course lunch, prepared by a professional chef,  which really helped to make it a special festive treat.

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Residential Land becomes a Patron for The Children’s Trust charity

logo-fs8_13This year’s Children’s Trust Gala event was hosted by Nick and Holly Candy and was one of the first for the couple’s new charity which helps support children with disability, cancer and Alzheimer’s by raising money for research.  The event raised over £550,000 and Residential Land is proud to become a Patron for this charity, by donating generously.

Holly Candy, Ambassador for The Children’s Trust said: “The Children’s Trust is one of those amazing places you know would be there to help should the worst happen”

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Residential Land support a Powered Wheelchair Programme through “the PROPS” Lunch in May, 2014

Residential Land was delighted to attend the 23rd PROPS Awards held at the Hilton Park Lane in May.  This prestigious annual event is organised by Variety Club for the very best in the property sector.  It was a wonderful afternoon raising over £300,000 to support the charity and especially the Variety Wheelchair programme.

For the second year the event was hosted by Martin Bayfield, a long-time supporter of the charity. He lent a cool and calm charm to proceedings, effortlessly taking a more comedic tone when required.  He was assisted by Miss World 2014, Megan Young, who helped him to present awards to the lucky winners.  Alongside the 800 property professionals in attendance were ambassadors Megan Wood and Freya Levy, both Team GB Paralympic basketball hopefuls whose wheelchairs are provided by the Variety Club.

Residential Land’s donation to the charity has been spent on a “Salsa-Midi” powered wheelchair for 10 years old Ellis Cull from Kent. Ellis’ family have explained the difference the wheelchair has made to their lives; “Having this powered wheelchair means a lot to us, as now we can enjoy more time together outside. Ellis already enjoyed couple of trips to the river and his first trip to a hockey game. All this is just a beginning”.

 

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Highclere Castle Charity Shoot – Supporting Great Ormond Street Hospital and Marie Curie Cancer Care

Residential Land were delighted to attend the Charity Clay Shooting event organised by Sir Joh Beckwith and his daughter Nicola at Highclere Castle on Wednesday 14th May, in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital and Marie Curie Cancer Care.

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Guests spent the morning shooting five different drives around the spectacular 1,000 acre Highclere Estate parkland, currently featuring in the ITV period drama Downton Abbey. The shoot was followed by drinks reception with The Jeanie Barton Trio and an air display in front of the Castle by ‘The Blades Aerobatic Display Team.’ The day concluded with lunch in the castle library and a charity auction, where Residential Land successfully bid in order to raise money for charity.

Amongst the guests were Tamara Beckwith, Ex-Spice girl, Geri Halliwell, model Jodie Kidd and Highclere Castle residents, Lord and Lady Carnarvon.

The day was an incredible success with a total of £315,000 raised for this truly inspirational charity.

Great Ormond Street Hospital provides world-class care to hundreds of children every day and is one of the world’s leading children’s hospitals. The hospital relies heavily on public support so if you would like to make a donation or find out more about this truly inspiring charity please visit http://www.gosh.org/gen/

Marie Curie Cancer Care’s vision is that everyone with cancer and other terminal illnesses will have the high quality care and support they need at the end of their life, in the place of their choosing. For more information on this charity please visit http://www.mariecurie.org.uk/

Residential Land attend Amber Rocks in aid of the Amber Foundation

Residential Land were delighted to attend the event Amber Rocks at One Mayfair on Tuesday night in aid of the Amber Foundation. The evening was hosted by Formula One mogul Eddie Jordan and was attended by over 250 guests. Highlights included an exquisite selection of food and fine wines, a live auction, and music from Eddie’s band the Robbers. The Robbers were joined by an amazing line up of musicians headed by Van Morrison who wowed everyone with a performance of Brown Eyed Girl. On the night Residential Land successfully bid for a unique quartz and resin sculpture created by artist Guido Oakley in the live auction.

The Amber Foundation exists to help young, disadvantaged people change their lives. It offers youngsters, who are going nowhere, a fresh start, and a chance to sort their problems in a safe and supportive environment. The foundation aims to give these young people the skills and confidence they require for independent living. The majority of youngsters coming to the Amber Foundation are homeless, suffer from drug or alcohol abuse, lack self-esteem and have no qualifications. In Amber’s 18 year history over 1,555 disadvantaged young people have been able to make a new start in life.

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