LandAid is calling on 1,000 property professionals across the country to “brave one night outside” as part of its annual SleepOut on Thursday 10 March.
The industry charity hopes to raise more than £500,000 to combat youth homelessness.
This year’s SleepOut will take place across London, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds and Cambridge.
Each participant will be asked to raise more than £166 – the cost of funding a bed space for a month. The charity said that “every penny raised will take LandAid one step closer towards its mission of ending youth homelessness, for good”.
Paul Morrish, chief executive of LandAid, said: “I am thrilled that we are taking the LandAid SleepOut to six different locations across the UK as well as virtually, giving everyone the opportunity to brave one cold night outside to end youth homelessness.”
Support for LandAid SleepOut 2022 includes headline sponsor Knight Frank alongside regional sponsors Prologis in Birmingham, TFT in Bristol and Henry Boot Developments in Leeds.