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They did so as part of their summer challenge, to highlight the high rate of homelessness in the UK, and to raise funds for Centrepoint, the charity that aims to end youth homelessness.

Jessica Smith, Bellrock’s organiser for the initiative said: "Homelessness has significantly increased across the UK, so to raise over £8,300 within three weeks of launching this event, the first of several challenges, is amazing. Being young and homeless is a dire situation. These individuals are the future residents, service partners, suppliers, and customers who will shape tomorrow."

Daniel Bradley, Metcor Group's sales and marketing director added: "With the seagulls, the wind, and overnight maintenance workers doing their job, we didn’t get much sleep. But raising the funds makes it worthwhile. A massive thanks to our service partners, customers and the people of Dover for making a difference with their donations."

Crayfields Park in Orpington, another LGIM property that is part of Bellrock’s Workplace Services team, is holding a sponsored Olympic-themed Sports Day next month for the cause, whilst the Bristol based team is hosting a charity treasure hunt in September.

The Bellrock participants included Ben Dimond, head of service, Bryn O’Sullivan,  regional FM manager, and general manager Maeve Flanagan, with other colleagues, who were joined by Nicholas Gaisman, CEO, and Philip Fellowes-Prynne, group managing director for Metcor.  

Fundraising Goal and Donation Page: the goal is to raise more than £10,000 and increase engagement with Centrepoint. Bellrock and Metcor have set up a Just Giving page:


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