Hatchbury embark on the Revcap Property Walk for Charity
This Saturday 8th September, Patrick Kennedy from Hatchbury will embark on the 28km Thames Path Challenge from Putney to Hampton Court to raise funds for The Elifar Foundation and Land Aid.
The Revcap Property Walk is part of the Thames Path Challenge, with the property fund manager coordinating and sponsoring the event for the 200 property professionals aiming to walk, jog or run upstream along the river. Last year’s walk saw 80 property walkers raise an incredible £100,000 for the two charities, with an aim to do the same if not more at this weekend’s event.
Patrick Kennedy, Director Hatchbury says:
“I am the first to admit that I am not the Mo Farah of the walking world, and with that in mind this will be a challenge for me, but it’s to support two worthwhile charities that I believe in; LandAid, the property industry charity working to end youth homelessness and Elifar who make a real difference to the lives of disabled children and young adults.”
“Every penny will help support young people, so very much worth the effort, aches and pains that will follow.”
Donations are accepted until 9th December 2018 and you can sponsor the walk here: https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/revcap. Be sure to mention Patrick in your comment so he can thank you personally.
LandAid is the property industry charity working to end youth homelessness in the UK. They bring together businesses and individuals from across the industry to support charities delivering life-changing projects for young people who are or have been homeless, or who are at risk of homelessness.
As a charitable trust, they award grants to exceptional charities in the UK who are working to tackle youth homelessness. The grants are invested in capital projects which provide much-needed homes for young people. They also provide free professional property expertise and know-how to their charity partners through their successful pro bono programme.
The Elifar Foundation is a small charity committed to making a real difference to the lives of disabled children and young adults. Elifar funds the purchase of a wide range of highly specialised equipment, which would otherwise be unavailable because of a lack of funds or because there is no statutory provision.