Social Value

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What we do

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We measure the value of our social impact through HACT, and produce a social impact statement annually. We strive to continually improve services and local facilities and are always looking for local organisations and groups to support or work with in partnership.

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Our Social Impact in figures...

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Alongside providing safe and secure homes, in partnership working with local contractors, charities and social enterprises, we play an active part in the local community impacting the social fabric of the borough.

Each year, we produce a summary of our social impact in figures.

Social Value Highlights

Alongside providing safe and secure homes, in partnership working with local contractors, charities and social enterprises, we play an active part in the local community impacting the social fabric of the borough.

Each year, we produce a summary of our social impact in figures, mounting to over £1.3m in overall social impact from Halton Housing.

Highlights of 2019/2020 include:

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Saving the NHS Money

Proudly saved the NHS £62,778 by adapting our homes to meet customer health requirements and allow them to stay living in their homes.

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Welfare Benefits and Money Advice

Our Welfare Benefits and Money Advice Team gained over £2million for customers, via support with claims and achieving benefits they were entitled to.

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Community Based Projects

We awarded over £12,000 to community-based projects through our Helping Hands project.

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Foodbank provision

657 items of food gifted to our customers - playing our part to reduce food poverty.

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Funding for local groups

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Does your group need a Helping Hand?

As the largest landlord in the borough we recognise that we have an active part to play in the wider community by helping to create new opportunities for individuals and groups, and contributing to the quality of local life.

Through our Helping Hands initiative we are able to provide community funding, materials and skills to projects which benefit the local community.

Want to work with us?

If you’re a not-for-profit organisation who wish to work with us, please contact Cheryl McCabe, our Social Impact Officer