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This project is currently funded by the Trust and is seeking a further years funding to continue tackling poverty in the North Edinburgh Area. Funding will provide for one full time worker who will aim to increase the income of clients through, benefit health checks, raising awareness regarding energy efficiency measures and through educating clients on how to manage household incomes more effectively. The target group is all entitled non-recipients of welfare benefits and tax credits in the North Edinburgh area.
Expected Number of Individuals: 350
Expected Number of Households: 200
Trustees Meeting: June 2007
Funding Amount Approved: £31,281.26
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