Kam Dovedi holds Christmas charity fundraiser

Kam Dovedi, a Property Leader, Expert, Educator and Founder of Premier Property this weekend held the Premier Property’s second annual Christmas charity fundraising event at The Grange Hotel, London in aid of the Newham homeless charity group ‘Lola’s Homeless’.

Funds were raised for a hundred homeless people in providing food, clothing and shelter, an initiative that Dovedi launched last year instead of your typical annual Christmas Party.

Lola’s Homes was the selected charity this year which was founded by a Newham local, Lorraine Tobane after witnessing a radical spike in homelessness in the face of austerity and housing insecurity.

Founder of Premier Property, Dovedi said,
“It was an honour to hold the fundraising event for such an important charity close to my heart. It’s heart-breaking to see how much homelessness has risen in the last few years. But the work Lola’s Homeless do to fight this is truly inspiring and I am proud to help in any way possible.”

The funds raised will further bolster the new charity which has already helped numerous homeless people seeking food, warmth and shelter during these cold months. For the investor, develor and educator Dovedi, this was a chance to give back to a community where he grew up and called his home for over twenty years.

Dovedi launched the Premier Property Annual Christmas Charity Event to not just raise money for charity, but to also celebrate the individuals of the Premier Property Inner Circle mentee programme, to award them with the recognition of their achievements. 

Laura Morrow, a current mentee of Premier Property was awarded the ‘Business of the Year’ Award, who has in the space of one year gone from working in a Lettings Agency to now becoming a founding partner within her own agency housing over two hundred people.

Morrow spoke about her appreciation of Dovedi and the Premier Property Club for how they had helped her, she said,

“The year had been difficult in terms of business and stress and I wouldn’t have gotten this far without Kam and Premier Property.”

Dovedi’s own story is also an inspirational journey of financial difficulty, family hardship and personal determination. His success is that of someone who climbed the social ladder to help his mother and ensure he would be financially free, now helping others to also reach their potential by educating them within the property sector.

Now he looks to give back, to help a new generation to educate them to live a better life, a comfortable life and be financially free and launching the idealist Christmas doo into a purposeful event to raise enough money for charities such as Lola’s Homeless.

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