The Centre has been busy setting up geographic networks across England. Here’s an update on what networks have been set up so far, which have held their first meetings, and which networks are soon to be established.
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Investing in communities, helping them to achieve their aspirations for themselves and their neighbours, is fundamental to our sector’s social purpose.
We take a look back at HACT’s head of social value James Williams wrote a blog on financial stability.
Social prescribing: GLA’s next steps
Housing and Health Conference 2019
East of England: second network meeting
As housing associations, we already make a difference day in day out, but could we do more to help the communities we serve?
A progress update from the five working groups set up by the Centre for Excellence in Community Investment.
Authors: Mark Wilding, Katy Jones, Philip Martin and Lisa ScullionPublished by Give us a Chance and University of SalfordThe research involved a mixed-methods approach and was carried out in three key phases:Phase 1: Initial consultation and review of...
Recommending a series of actions that the housing sector in Scotland should take in order to improve resident engagement.
Society has changed a lot over the last two decades in England. What implications are there in these changes for the role of civil society?
Our approach to social value is simple: it’s about making a positive difference to the communities we serve.
The Centre for Excellence in Community Investment is an initiative from HACT, UK housing’s ideas and innovation agency.
If you need help in developing a community investment strategy, measuring your social value or demonstrating the business case for community investment, please contact us.
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