News | 25 May 2022

LandAid’s 10K Challenge

George Armitage

George Armitage

Managing Director, Global Real Estate & Specialist Markets Group

OE LandAid Team - Before

Yesterday, members of Oxford Economics joined LandAid’s 10k run in Regents Park London to raise awareness and funds for young people experiencing homelessness.

Congratulations to Sybrand Brekelmans who ran the fastest time for Oxford Economics in 40 minutes and 20 seconds. Thanks to our community for far surpassing our fundraising target of £500 – to contribute further please donate here.

LandAid is a property industry charity, working to end youth homelessness in the UK. Their aim is to bring the property industry together to support charities delivering life-changing services for young people who are or have been homeless, or who are at risk of homelessness in the future.

Please support our team by contributing below.

Well done!

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