The main aims of the project are to reduce fuel poverty amongst refugees in Salford by helping vulnerable refugee families with young children to access fuel debt assistance, benefits and energy efficiency advice and support, as well as by improving and conducting awareness training to faith groups and churches to build their capacity of assisting their members who are also refugees in order to extend our reach across refugee communities in Salford and surrounding areas. The overall aim of the project is to have a direct and lasting impact on fuel poverty amongst refugees by equipping them with skills and knowledge to achieve affordable warmth.
Expected Number of Individuals : 400
Expected Number of Households : 100
Trustees Meetings : 01/03/2016
Funding Amount Approved : 20000