Warmth4All

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    Warmth4All is a community engagement project managed by Energy Projects Plus in partnership with Faiths4Change and Parish Power. Our partnership approach provides practical support to enable people to keep their homes warm at an affordable price. Funded by Scottish Power Energy People Trust, the project works with established faith communities within Halton, Knowsley and Liverpool that have the highest instances of people living in fuel poverty.

     

    By engaging with the faith community, we are able to support people who we might not otherwise have been able to reach. We provide drop in sessions and one-to-one support to help people reduce their energy bills and training for community volunteers to help widen our reach. We also provide referrals for insulation, heating repair, benefit maximisation and fuel debt advice.

     

    Through this project, we have established a partnership with Widnes Foodbank, where our expert advisors give direct support to those in need.

     

    We are just entering our second year of funding for this project, and to date we have engaged with more than 1,300 people, trained 52 energy champions, and maximised income by more than £50,000 through benefit maximisation and grants to clear fuel debt arrears.

     

    Contact Emma Ashcroft on emma.ashcroft@epplus.org.uk for more information about this project.

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