Colleagues do their bit to end youth homelessness
Colleagues from across Muse, joined forces with friends at Homes England and 800 other runners recently, to take part in the annual LandAid 10k run around Clapham Common and do their bit to end youth homelessness.
Every year, thousands of young people become homeless. Many are forced to sleep in overcrowded hostels, on people’s sofas or even on the streets. LandAid is the property industry charity working to end youth homelessness in the UK. It brings together remarkable businesses and individuals across the property industry to support projects providing life-changing accommodation for young people facing homelessness.
By awarding grants for building works and arranging free property expertise, LandAid enables charities supporting young people to renovate existing or build new, suitable, safe and affordable accommodation, helping thousands of young people since 1986 to reach their potential.
Muse’s Carly Jones, took part in the event. She said: “It was fantastic to see so many people from all across the property sector, come together in good spirits for such a worthwhile event.
“While the team are tired and our legs are aching after the run, we’re proud to do our bit to help break the cycle of youth homelessness and give young people the chance at a positive future.”
Congratulations to the ‘Muse Homes’ team: Mike Auger, Sarah Debenham, James Stockdale, Michael Orr, Carly Jones, Duncan Cumberland, Sophie White, David Williams, Gareth Blacker.