KFH wins Prince Philip Award at London Youth awards
10th November, 2023
Kinleigh Folkard and Hayward (KFH), one of London’s largest independent property groups, is proud to announce they won the Prince Philip Award at last night’s London Youth awards.
London Youth is a charity whose mission is to support the capital’s youth sector to improve the lives of young people. Their annual awards recognise and celebrate the diverse ways in which youth work, and its people, make an impact across the city. London Youth has been KFH’s charity partner since 2017.
The Prince Philip Award was created by London Youth's first royal patron, HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh, who supported the charity for over 70 years. The award recognises outstanding contributions and commitment to supporting frontline youth work.
Pauline Daniyan, London Youth’s CEO said: "Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward has supported us for seven years and consistently gone above and beyond to open up positive opportunities to young Londoners and put a spotlight on the value of good youth work."
Julian Peak, KFH South East London Sales Director said: "We are honoured to receive this award. Through our partnership we have seen the direct impact that London Youth and its member youth organisations have on young people across the capital and we are proud of the support we have been able to offer them. The fundraising and volunteering we do at KFH add so much to our culture, but more importantly it gives us the opportunity to contribute and make a difference to the young people of London."
Earlier this year, KFH supported London Youth with a full window display takeover across its 60 branches to promote the charity’s Ambitious Applications campaign.
London Youth has been improving the lives of young people across the capital for over 135 years. Through a network of 600 youth clubs, the charity has provided a safe space for London’s youth with somewhere to go, something to do, and someone to trust, in every borough.
KFH has proudly supported London Youth for seven years and has raised over £385,000 of unrestricted funding.