Dementia United Kingdom: Lincolnshire agency Pygott and Crone, outsourced communications provider Moneypenny and Relocation Agent Network have joined forces to pound the pavements this month as they take on a 100km charity challenge for Dementia UK.
More than 120 employees, suppliers and partners take to the streets, hills and parks to walk, run or cycle 100 km each before January 31.
Kevin Scrupps, Director of Pygott and Crone, says: “Following the huge success of last year’s 100k challenge for charity, we wanted to organize another one, this time with the help of our friends at Moneypenny and Relocation. Agent Network. There are many deserving charities out there, but the decision to support Dementia UK was easy as this cruel disease has affected many of us personally.
“We are so lucky in our industry that real estate agents, industry partners and vendors always answer a call for help. When you consider that many of these people donate their time to charitable events throughout the year, we are privileged that they also wanted to be involved in this.
To find out how to participate in the challenge – either by walking, running or cycling 100 km, or by making a donation, visit: https://www.pygott-crone.com/a-thought-for-dementia/#signmeup
Chest Heart & Strike Scotland/Scottish Association for Mental Health Partners at chartered surveying firm DM Hall are extending their financial support for a further year to leading Scottish charities, Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland (CHSS) and SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health).
The agreement with the company’s charity partners was initially put in place in January 2019 and was due to close in December 2020. But the effects of the Covid-19 outbreak and the severe impact it has had on the Scottish charity sector, both in terms of cash and staff employed, have led DM Hall’s partners to pledge their continued support for a further year.
John McHugh, Managing Partner of DM Hall, said: “While as a professional business we are experiencing a return to acceptable trading volumes, the Scottish charity sector is still struggling to adapt to the new reality. . Therefore, we have decided to continue supporting SAMH and Chest, Heart & Stroke Scotland for another year.
“Over the past 12 months, our colleagues have continued to raise funds by organizing donations through collection cans, supporting colleagues and participating in charity events such as the Edinburgh Marathon, Kiltwalk and Firewalk.
“My colleague Roger Davis finished the virtual Edinburgh Marathon in May raising nearly £700, particularly difficult without the usual crowd support, while four other colleagues, Amanda Cameron, Tracy King, Lauren Bannigan and Ruth Cunningham, raised £2750 by completing The Kiltwalk, a sum which was later increased to £5500 with a contribution from DM Hall, and equal funding from Sir Tom Hunter and the Hunter Foundation.
“Our marketing manager, Caroline Wayte, raised over £1200 ‘Walking the Flames’ for CHSS and we are reliably informed that it hasn’t been as painful as it sounds, while our East and West Golf Days, organized by our Business Development Manager, Keith Craig, raised £600. As a company, we are very proud of all their efforts on behalf of such important charities. »
Fine & Country Foundation: This organization has raised a staggering £140,000 for charities in need in 2021.
Some £92,000 came from fees contributions from officers; A further £20,000 was raised through events organized by the Foundation. In addition, an additional £21,000 was contributed by Fine & Country’s head office via a percentage from referral fees and marketing pack sales.
Many agents across the network have also taken the initiative to raise additional funds, with £7,000 donated through agents running their own fundraising events, such as golf days, Tough Mudders and fitness challenges. fitness, to name a few.
Global Chief Executive Simon Leadbetter said: “This money can and does act as a lifeline for many homeless charities around the world, we have seen first hand the valuable support the Foundation offers to people in need. I’m really looking forward to seeing the impact we can have in 2022, thanks to the continued support of our charitable donors.
Giving Agents: Get your happy rags ready as the date and venue have been booked and tickets are now available for the annual Industry Charity Ball hosted by Agents Giving.
The ball will take place on Friday 15th July returning to historic Epsom Downs racecourse in Surrey and by popular demand will see the return of Strictly Agents Dancing!
The ball was sold out last year, Agents Giving are now taking advance reservations for tables at £1,500 per table of 10 or £160 per individual ticket. You can book your tickets today to guarantee your place at the ball at: https://agentsgiving.org/event/strictly-agents-dancing-charity-ball-2022/
And if that’s not enough, don’t miss a brand new adrenaline-pumping event this year – a Dragon Boat event sponsored by HomeLet and LetAlliance.
Agents Giving is looking for teams to participate in this awesome charity industry fundraiser. So if you are a real estate agency, letting agency or supplier to the real estate industry you can put together a team and participate, you don’t have to be super fit as this is 100% to have a fun fundraising day.
Teams registered to date include HomeLet and LetAlliance, Boomin, Foxtons, Kerfuffle, Paramount, Thomas Morris, TDS, Acaboom, Drivers & Norris, JP Gardner & Associates, Simply Conveyancing, Genmar and Caplen Estates.
Enter now to reserve your boat berth at: https://agentsgiving.org/event/dragon-boat-race-2022/