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Free activities and lunches this Summer in Trafford
We are funding 12 projects across the borough, some offering activities as well as lunch. Read on to find out more.
Social Investment Team Given Funding Champion Award for Dedication to Real Living Wage
We've been given a Funding Champion Award for Dedication to the Real Living Wage
Home Start Trafford and Salford
Home Start Trafford and Salford specialise in equipping vulnerable new parents with the skills, confidence and resources to provide a nurturing family environment. Read about one particular family who has benefited from their support.
Trafford Housing Trust Invests £60k in Flixton Community Project
The Toy House, which provides support to families through inspired play has received just under £60k from Trafford Housing Trust’s Social Investment Fund.
Call for projects to tackle Holiday Hunger Summer 2019
Apply for funding for your project tackling Holiday Hunger this Summer.
One Year Celebration!
On the 27th September we gathered together to celebrate the one-year anniversary of our Social Investment service.
Trafford Housing Trust makes ‘Living Wage Friendly Funder’ commitment
Trafford Housing Trust has become the first Housing Association in the UK to be accredited as a Living Wage Friendly Funder.
Plot for Poverty: The difference a Micro Grant can make
Micro Grant: Plot for Poverty Plot 7F is an allotment plot where all the fresh fruit and vegetables grown are donated to local foodbanks and homeless charities.
A Small Grant goes a Long Way – Trafford Leisure
Trafford Leisure successfully trains volunteers across the borough through our funding.
L&Q planned acquisition of THT will double social investment to £4m
Trafford Housing Trust (THT) and L&Q Group have announced ambitious plans to join forces and bring significant investment to build new homes, improve existing social homes and support social projects across the North West.
The Golden Centre of Opportunity
The Golden Centre of Opportunity helps people living across Trafford and inner-city Manchester, including many refugees and asylum seekers originally from Somalia, to access housing and other services, to get English and work-related skills, and to get into work.