Young Women’s Trust run the Work It Out service free one to one coaching over the phone and feedback on CVs and job applications for all young women aged 18-30 across England and Wales. Coaching is delivered by a team of professional coaches. Young women...
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The APPG for ‘left behind’ neighbourhoods has just published their latest report
A new report released today reveals that bleak housing prospects are significantly damaging the mental health of young people in the UK. The housing crisis is also negatively impacting their life choices, according to research commissioned by leading housing association Metropolitan Thames Valley Housing (MTVH), which today called for decision makers and developers to urgently tackle the issue or risk a generation resigned to housing insecurity.
As of October 2020, we are into Phase 2 of this project. The figures in this second phase are have been expanded and are designed to capture the range of ways that housing associations support their residents. The purpose of these measures is to record...
This guide provides detailed case studies and documents from successful community led housing partnerships.
This report looks at the COVID-19 lockdown and the impact of poor quality housing on occupants in the North of England.
Orbit commissioned HACT to carry out an independent evaluation of its Earn It, Don’t Burn It service for financial inclusion.
This report by InCommon for Clarion tells stories of resilience, adaptability and hope from people from all ages at a time when we need them most
Our blog series, The View From, explores how housing associations have been responding to the Covid-19 crisis. In this blog, Rhys Evans, Community Engagement Manager at Catalyst, discusses their proposed summer programme for young people. Historically,...
The Centre supports the Homes at the Heart campaign
Stephen Burns from Peabody discusses the ways the organisation has responded to the Covid-19 crisis.
This series of briefings address significant issues that are emerging in the UK as a result of Covid-19 that impact on the work of community investment. In each one, we have brought together available evidence to help you think about and plan future...
The Centre for Excellence in Community Investment is an initiative from HACT. We partner with organisations across the social housing sector to drive value for residents and communities. We do this through insight-led products and services that encourage innovation and foster collaboration.
If you need help developing a community investment strategy, measuring your social value or demonstrating the business case for community investment, we can help make it happen. Get in touch and let’s start the conversation.