The Strood Community Project, Strood Action on Fuel Poverty, will address the problem of debt through overcoming fuel poverty, offer energy saving advice to prevent or reduce debt, and support for those who want to manage their debt. In addition the need to reduce fuel usage by improving energy efficiency is a key tool for addressing financial stress. As part of this project support to local residents will be offered and a package of training and education will be provided in order to tackle current debt and to prevent debt in the future. The project aims to help residents recognise the importance of saving energy and how it can be incorporated within our lives, helping to reduce energy bills and debt.
Expected Number of Individuals : 1188
Expected Number of Households : 540
Trustees Meetings : 01/06/2010
Funding Amount Approved : 84576