Warm & Well for Infants

Project Summary:

The project will help families with young children who are having difficulty heating their homes adequately at an affordable cost. It will establish a specialist unit to ensure the youngest and newest members of society are able to live in homes that won’t compromise their health. It involves preventative talks and face-to-face reactive advice and referrals. A new post will be created at LEEP to deliver the project.

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Expected Number of Individuals: 40 Community Groups (approx 400 people) +

Expected Number of Households: 200 Families

Trustees Meeting: 08-Dec-05

Funding Amount Approved: £117,620.00

Press Releases:

Latest News

SCOTTISHPOWER has announced that it is quadrupling its investment to 4m in a Trust set up to help vulnerable people who are living in fuel poverty. Read more

The community of Onthank will soon enjoy warmer homes and lower fuel bills thanks to a new project. Read more

A funding boost from the ScottishPower Energy People Trust helped Starter Packs Dundee give nearly 900 homeless people in the area a new lease of life. Read more

A project in Greater Manchester has been granted 30,000 funding from The ScottishPower Energy People Trust to help families with disabled children access the benefits they are entitled to. Read more

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