LandAid – The property industry charity

September 11, 2012

LandAid’s 2012 grant application process is now open

Apply to become a LandAid Charity Partner

closing date is Monday 1 October 2012

Download and read: Frequently Asked Questions and Sample Application form.

Continue to Application form

What is LandAid?

LandAid is the property industry’s leading charity, it receives donations from individuals and companies across the property industry; property developers, builders, property surveyors, property lawyers, architects and project managers. The core of our charitable income is from 57 companies that support LandAid as Foundation Partners (see FAQ 26). Through the generosity of the property industry LandAid grant funds projects that support disadvantaged young people. LandAid has intentionally kept a very clear focus to the type of projects and organisations it funds.

The current application process for Charity Partners

LandAid is in the positive position of being able to commit up to £1m each year to support charities and agencies that work with disadvantaged young people in the UK. Our income has been growing consistently for the last three years and our plan is for this increase to continue. Following a number of years of investment on a range of projects with a few Charity Partners, LandAid is now seeking to establish new partnerships with charities, which will form the focus of its grant giving and other types of support over the next three years. Applicants can apply for capital grants with a minimum of £20,000 and a maximum of £150,000 per annum. The capital project can be the refurbishment, conversion, extension or new build of facilities for disadvantaged young people (16-25 year olds). We are looking for projects that through the provision or improvement of buildings or spaces within a building can support young people, such as, providing them with accommodation, independent living skills, educational or employment opportunities. The grants are available primarily for capital projects, but complimentary smaller amounts of grant are also available for revenue projects associated with the capital investment, as part of the £20,000-£150,000.

via Grants – LandAid – The property industry charity.

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