12 Feb 2016
More than 200 people from the local property and construction industry across the south east enjoyed an evening of entertainment and networking at our annual Hampshire and Isle of Wight dinner.
The dinner's charity raffle raised more than £2,000 in aid of LionHeart, our benevolent fund for our members and their families, and the Centre for Cancer Immunology, Southampton.
Pictured (left to right): Lynn Robinson, Matthew Robbins, Davina Goodchild, Professor Ottensmeier, Margaret Cameron, Fiona Grant, Graeme Hartley, Councillor Jane Welsh and Alfie Moore.
Not to "rest on our laurels", RICS Member Services Coordinator Margaret Cameron is already hard at work organising next year’s dinner on 27 January 2017.
It was great to see so many familiar faces from the property world. I have no doubt this is a firm fixture in all our calendars to brighten up our Januaries.
LionHeart provides a range of services from financial support, health and wellbeing packages, work-related support and a selected number of services for global members, candidates and applicants.
Their aim is to help as many members as they can — it's not about a "one size fits all" service. They work with people to find out about all of their needs to provide a responsive and sensitive package of support.
LionHeart is funded through the generosity of past and present members who care enough about their colleagues to provide support. By working in partnership with us, LionHeart is able to understand the changing needs of members and this enables us to communicate their message to members easily.
Make a contribution
Only Registered Members and Registered site users can comment on our content.
Please use the log in button to sign in and leave your comment.
Read the next page in this section