Exeter Homeless Action Group

Project Summary:

Exeter Smartmove is a charity that works with the homeless or those threatened with homelessness. The project will help their clients who are young or have children find accommodation and maintain their tenancy in the private rented sector. The help provided will take the form of a comprehensive income maximisation service; a benefits health check, energy efficiency and budgeting advice. The project will also work with landlords to improve the energy efficiency of the property either through installing energy efficiency measures independently or by claiming the appropriate grants. The funding will contribute towards a Project workers salary for three years.

Expected Number of Individuals: 1140

Expected Number of Households: 375

Trustees Meeting: December 2008

Funding Amount Approved: £30,000

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