Home-Start Aberdeen, a family charity based in Aberdeen, has secured a £ 163,000 grant from the National Lottery Community Fund. Home-Start Aberdeen plans to use the Improving Lives grant to fund two new members of staff.
The welfare rights team at Hillhead Housing Association has secured further funding from the National Lottery and from Employers in Voluntary Housing (EVH) to support the local community.
A community-led housing project which will bring 15 new affordable homes to the Aberdeenshire village has secured grant funding from the National Lottery Awards for All programme to provide the specialist support needed to progress the project.
Spire View Housing Association has welcomed a £63,040 funding package from the National Lottery to help support its Royston Coronavirus Response project. The Association said the funding will be “absolutely vital” to support vulnerable residents at Spire View, in Royston.
Routinely talking to primary school children about homelessness could prevent such problems later in life, according to the Homeless Network.