Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward, one of the largest providers of property services to the London market, has raised £10,000 in aid of Housing for Women charity. A team of more than 50 KFH runners took part in the London Estate Agents 10k run organised by the charity on Sunday the 15th of June, running a route of 10 kilometres around Clapham Common in South West London.
Leading the charge were Leigh Munday and Sarah Burgess, Sales and Lettings Managers of KFH’s newly opened Clapham Common branch, who were supported by 50 of their London wide colleagues.
Anna Macleod, Head of Marketing at Communications at Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward, comments: “With housing Londoners at the core of our business, raising funds for Housing for Women charity was one that really appealed to us as a business. This feeling was further amplified internally as all 700 of our staff members got behind the cause, with more than 50 opting to run and the rest helping to raise funds, the outcome has been phenomenal and one that we’re very proud of. With final donations still pouring in and a final tally being done, it looks likely that we’ll achieve our ambitious target of raising £10,000 for this great cause and having opened our second branch in the Clapham area, it was a fun way of engaging with local residents while doing our bit for those less fortunate.”
The team ran alongside a host of rival agents from the likes of Winkworth, Stirling Ackroyd and City Realtors, contributing towards the total event target of £15,000.