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Agents Do Charity - charitable targets

Check out some of the latest charitable endeavours from agency and property brands this week.

If you have a charitable event or donations you think the rest of the industry should know about, please email us on press@estateagenttoday.co.uk, or get in touch via our social platforms, and we’ll do the rest/

Turkey-Syria earthquake appeal: An industry fundraising campaign to support those affected by the Turkey-Syria earthquake is almost halfway towards its £10,000 target.


Agents Giving launched the appeal with The Guild of Property Professionals last week, urging the property industry to join them in collecting funds to be able to send urgent live-saving supplies to those who have lost everything.

In the aftermath of the devastating Turkey-Syria earthquake, thousands have been injured and displaced from their homes, desperate for essentials such as fresh water and food, as food stocks and supplies run low and many on the brink of starvation.

The money raised will support the Disasters Emergency Committee appeal.

Find out more and donate: https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/Agents-Giving-Turkey-Syria-Earthquake-Appeal


The Lettings Hub:  The Lettings Hub is marking its 10th anniversary with a series of giveaways, including to its charity partners.

The firm, which offers proptech platform BOX to letting agents, tenants and landlords, is running a #TheHubTurns10 campaign, including 10 days of giveaways.

Winners of the prizes will be announced via The Lettings Hub’s LinkedIn page as the campaign unfolds, along with a closer look at the company’s 10-year journey and team.

Its chief executive Heidi Shackell said: “Everyone here is looking forward to celebrating The Letting Hub’s tenth year this week and we want to take the time to show appreciation to all our supporters, be they our clients, suppliers, or charity partners. 

“It’s also a great chance to thank all our team members, some of whom have been here since that first tenant reference. 2023 is set to be an exciting year for us, with BOX delivering increased user benefits via our regular feature releases, and our teams working hard to support our clients with the best customer service in the lettings industry. 

“We hope everyone who wins enjoys the prizes, but our thanks extend to every single one of our loyal customers, who we are genuinely grateful to for helping us grow over the last 10 years.”

Miller Homes: North East housebuilder Miller Homes has revealed it raised almost £8,000 last year through a range of sponsored events for St Oswald’s Hospice, which provides specialist and expert care to adults and children with life-limiting conditions.

The charity will use the money to support its activities at its Gosforth hospice, where it helps deliver quality of life to people with a variety of incurable conditions and their families.

Fundraising activities included Active April, which raised £6,350 as employees combined to walk 6350 miles, including a 12-mile hike along Hadrian’s Wall. 

Construction site manager Simon Wealleans raised £265 completing the Great North Run in September, quality inspections manager Jordan Taylor then finished the Kielder Marathon raising £260 that was matched by Miller Homes HQ, bringing the total to £520.

The company’s Christmas coffee morning, which included a raffle, raised £560, bringing the grand total to £7,895.

Miller Homes regional managing director Patrick Arkle, said: “The service that St Oswald’s provides to people and families is invaluable to so many people in our region, so we’re delighted to have been able to support them over the past year.

“Everyone at Miller Homes within the region and across the site and sales teams has really embraced the organisation as our chosen charity and has gone the extra mile to raise money to help their cause. I’d like to congratulate everyone for such an outstanding effort over the past 12 months.”
Ambitious Group:
Property recruitment agency Ambitious Group has chosen the Martin House Children’s Hospice as its charity partner this year and already has several fundraising events planned

It has set a team target of raising £1,500 for the hospice this year.

Recruitment consultant Rich Hare is tackling Total Warrior in Leeds on 1 July with an aim to raise £500 and Andy Skelton is taking on the Great North Run – the largest half marathon in the world – on September 10, aiming to raise £500.

Managing director Robin Tossell said: “Having been aware of the amazing work that Martin House do for children and young people for many years, when it came to choosing our charity partner for 2023, it was a no-brainer.

“Our entire team are on board, and we are immensely humbled that our small contribution will make a difference to so many lives.”

Find out more and donate: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/ambitious-group-martin-house


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