Kairos Community Trust Director Mossie Lyons was not exaggerating when he said he had a ‘considerable’ gardening challenge but that did not deter the team from CRASH patron company AECOM.
A group of CRASH patrons and trustees visited Step by Step to see for themselves the impact their support has had on the lives and prospects of young homeless people in Aldershot.
NMBS celebrated the year in style on Saturday 27th October whilst supporting two industry charities CRASH and The Rainy Day Trust.
Commuters at Waterloo station rose to the challenge last week – but not by train.
Members of Hilti’s southern division team discovered the harsh realities of sleeping rough when they undertook a challenge to spend a night under the stars – or rain clouds as it transpired – raising over £2,700 for CRASH which was generously matched by Hilti GB Ltd bringing the total to more than £5,000.
CRASH Chief Executive Francesca Roberts joined fellow professionals from the construction and homelessness sectors to select the winner of Building Trust International’s HOME competition which generated progressive, contemporary design solutions from over 400 designers and academic institutions.
Congratulations to all CRASH patrons who were recognised for their outstanding work in the BCI Awards at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane where over 900 of the industry elite celebrated 25 years of construction and engineering excellence.
Sunday 7th October saw over 4,000 runners successfully completing the 30th Windsor Half Marathon including captains of the construction industry Ian Tyler and Mike Chaldecott.
Motivated by this year’s phenomenal successes in British cycling, a team of six took on the 54 mile challenge to ride from London to Brighton on 16th September raising over £1,200 along the way.
Balfour Beatty Construction Services UK has made a £10,000 donation to CRASH after their customer service survey proved such a success.