The project aims to reduce fuel poverty among families/households and provide children with a better start in life by helping their families to stay warm and comfortable while spending a lower proportion of their income on fuel. The project will offer energy efficiency advice, advice on finding the best tariffs and suppliers via drop in surgeries, home advice visits group workshops and a handyman service plus referrals to partner organisations for benefit and tax credit checks (income maximisation).
Expected Number of Individuals : 5474
Expected Number of Households : 1610
Trustees Meetings : 06/03/2012
Funding Amount Approved : 49431