A Gloucestershire-based football team has helped raise over £1,500 for the Royal British Legion thanks to an exciting sponsorship by Sanctuary Housing.
News: January 2014
Hackney residents parted with an average of three months’ waste and enough paint to makeover 12 rooms at an event which will take place again at the beginning of February.
Young people from Worcester will be showing off their dancing and rugby skills through an exciting community project from Sanctuary Housing and Worcester Warriors Community Foundation.
Residents put on their best party frocks and wore psychedelic colours as part of a special celebration of the 1950’s and 60’s in Chester supported by Sanctuary Housing.
250 volunteers and residents from Shiregreen are preparing to celebrate at the third annual Shiregreen Community Awards event in March and residents still have time to nominate their local hero for an award.
There’s football coaching sessions on offer for Torbay youngsters after new football training sessions kicked-off in their local community this week.
Young people from across England are being encouraged to take a stand and tackle the issues important to them as part of a partnership between Sanctuary Housing and national charity Fixers.
Residents from Levenot Close retirement living scheme in Banbury are enjoying a fit and healthy start to the New Year thanks to a unique exercise class designed for the elderly.
West Midlands Making Best Use of Stock Partnership (WMBUS) provides online solution to support residents who need to move home.
A Rotherham retirement scheme resident has achieved computer qualifications and has become an IT whiz through Sanctuary Housing’s digital inclusion programme.