3 clever ways to support LandAid Day 2016

On Thursday 13 October, LandAid Day 2016 is back at Broadgate. One of the biggest fundraising days in Broadgate’s calendar, this is your chance to donate to the property industry’s charity which aims to end youth homelessness in the UK. Last year, we helped to raise £130,000 and this year we want to break that target - and we need your help.

Three ways to get involved

1. Join our super raffle 
From Thursday 6 October, simply head to a reception in Broadgate*, buy your raffle tickets, leave your business card or contact number and cross your fingers. We’ll do the rest! Watch this space for full prize information. 

2. Buy a £1 bag of your favourite childhood sweets
The LandAid Day 2016 tuck shop will be open for business in the receptions of Broadgate from Tuesday 11-Thursday 13 October. It will be selling £1 Thank You bags of sweets featuring nostalgic favourites including pear drops, rhubarb and custards and lemon sherbets - with all proceeds going to the LandAid charity.

3. Support the Broadgate Sale
On Thursday 13 October, pop-up bake sales will appear in Broadgate receptions. From sponges to macarons - if you’re based in Broadgate, we want you to create bakes that would make Mary Berry proud. And if you’re passing through, please come down and buy some of the incredible wares on sale.

*The following Broadgate destinations will be taking part: 201 Bishopsgate, The Broadgate Tower, Broadwalk House, Exchange House, 10 Exchange Square, 1&2 Broadgate, 199 Bishopsgate and 155 Bishopsgate

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LandAid Day is the property industry’s annual day of fundraising, when companies and organisations from across the UK come together to raise as much money as possible for disadvantaged children and young people. For more information about this year's space theme and download your fundraising kit, click here

LandAid works to improve the lives of children and young people in the UK who experience disadvantage due to their economic or social circumstances. They fund projects that help these young people find a place to live, develop life skills and qualifications, become employed and build a future.

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