Housing associations work with partner organisations to bring in external funding to support social transformation projects in higher need neighbourhoods, building resilient, thriving, cohesive communities where people want to live. This includes:
- Increasing sustainable tenancies, reducing homelessness
- Dealing with hoarding
- Mentoring young tenants to help them settle in their new home
- Reducing anti-social behaviour in communities
- Tackling the root causes of the rise in youth violence
- Introducing and sustaining projects enabling positive pathways for young people
- Promoting wellbeing and reducing isolation of older residents; building their digital skills and enabling them to live independently for longer.
Visit Hyde Foundation to find out more about Hyde’s community investment team.