The Housing Associations Youth Network (HAYN) exists to work with and for young people aged 11-25 that live in and around our communities. It is a peer network of youth focussed representatives from the social housing sector. HAYN is supported by The Centre for...
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This paper is an in-depth study of the experiences of racism amongst East and Southeast Asian (ESEA) people in the U.K. and how racism impacts on health and wellbeing.
This report from New Local finds that following the Covid-19 pandemic, there should be a massive expansion of community power: in decision-making, collaboration and meeting community needs.
This framework brings together the Quality of Life Foundation’s work into six overriding themes, to be used by local communities, developers and local authorities.
HACT is delighted to announce that Sovereign Housing Association has signed up to be one of the five core funders of the Centre for Excellence in Community Investment. Steph Harrison, Executive Director Operations and Customer Service, Regenda Group said:...
Between March and October 2020, UK social housing organisations provided almost £1,900,000 in financial assistance, gave 215,000 residents advice and guidance, and made just under one million welfare calls.
Our recent event with the Racial Equality Group explored how to take discussions around racial equality within the housing sector, and community investment, forward.
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. This briefing covers BAME communities.
This report from IPPR North, Northern Powerhomes: A green recovery plan to decarbonise homes in the North, shows that there is huge potential for economic stimulus provided by a programme of housing decarbonisation in the north of England.
Our local communities need us more than ever. It’s time to bring generations together to take action, writes InCommon in this guest blog.
This webinar explores the emerging issues for ESG and its connection with community investment.
This blog, from MTVH, discusses how investing in communities is at the core of their work as a social purpose organisation.
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.