To celebrate their third year of partnership, Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward (KFH) has pledged to donate £1 to London Youth for every property valuation undertaken across residential sales or lettings during 2019. The scheme, known as ‘Pay a Pound Forward’, will contribute up to £30,000 towards KFH’s 2019 fundraising target of £80,000. These funds will support London Youth in their work to enrich the lives of young people across London.
Julian Peak, Sales Director at KFH, said: “We are excited to launch the Pay a Pound Forward scheme, as part of our wider fundraising efforts for London Youth. Our community ‘team leaders’ across our business have already had hundreds of staff sign up to raise funds in different ways over 2019. It’s such a great demonstation of the core of who we are at KFH, and what we stand for as individuals.
“As well as supporting their vital work, we hope to also use our extensive network across the Capital to raise brand awareness for London Youth. We hope that the more that people learn about their work, the more support they will receive,” said Mr Peak.
Since the partnership began in 2017, KFH has proudly raised over £140,000 to support the work of London Youth through a series of fundraising initiatives across their branch network. These include staff participating in London Marathon, Tough Mudder, London to Surrey bike ride, Gauntlet Games, food drives, and quiz nights.
Rosemary Watt-Wyness, CEO of London Youth, comments: “We are delighted to continue our partnership with KFH for a third year. Since 2017, KFH staff across the capital have done a fantastic job of fundraising for London Youth and championing our work with over 27,000 young people a year. Community youth organisations have faced a number of challenges in recent years, so we are incredibly grateful for this vital support. It is great to see so many people committed to making a real difference to the lives of young Londoners."