Charity Fundraising

News at Kings Estates | 22/02/2013

Fundraising For Charity


Kings Estates have chosen to support a charity this year and will be carrying out fundraising events to raise money. We have chosen MNDA (Motor Neurone Disease Association) as our charity as we have family connections to the charity and will be raising money in memory of Brigadier John Robert Heath.

Our first fundraiser will be in May when Harriet Stephens, Gemma Heath and Yasmine Gotts will be taking part in a 5km run through Regents Park dressed as Superheroes! Later in the year Mike Heath will be taking part in Tough Mudder – A hardcore 10-12 mile obstacle course designed by Special Forces to test your all round stamina, determination and camaraderie.

We have created a JustGiving page: where all donations are welcome.

We will keep you updated with our fundraising progress and photos for our activities throughout the year.

Thank you for your support.

What is Motor Neurone Disease (MND)?

It is a devastating, fatal disease for which there is no cure. Many people living with MND and their families find that fundraising empowers them to fight back and maintain positivity at a very difficult time. This is why we are so keen to get involved in fundraising activities.

Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity and make sure Gift Aid is reclaimed on every eligible donation by a UK taxpayer. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – I raise more, whilst saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

The housing market can continue during lockdown in England

Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, on 4 January, announced England will move to a new national lockdown that requires, under UK Coronavirus Alert Level 5, people must stay at home, except for limited exceptions.

House moves are a limited exception and, therefore, are still be permitted to go ahead. Guidance issued by the UK Government states people can still move home, however, people outside a household or support bubble should not help with moving, unless absolutely necessary.

Estate and letting agents and removal firms can continue to work with property viewings still also allowed if anyone is looking to move.

It has been stressed the importance of following the national guidance on moving home safely, which includes advice on social distancing, letting fresh air in, and wearing a face covering.

Housing market activity returned on 12 May 2020 in England and has continued ever since due to the Government's belief in the importance of the sector and confidence that agents are operating safely.

For more information, please contact us.
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