North Edinburgh Income Maximisation Project
The project aims to tackle fuel poverty by increasing household disposable income. This will be done by raising awareness of welfare benefit, pension credit and tax credit entitlement as well as fuel poverty issues and energy efficiency measures, ensuring maximum take up. The objectives of the project will be met by actively assisting entitled non-recipients to make claims and representing them where there is a dispute, as well as providing advice sessions, innovative awareness raising and training sessions.
Expected Number of Individuals: 250
Trustees Meeting: March 2006
Funding Amount Approved: £29866.00
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