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Measuring the impact we’ve made

01/05/2020

HACT has been joined by a number of organisations in endorsing a set of nine impact measurements that the Centre for Excellence in Community Investment is asking social housing organisations to collect during the Covid-19 crisis.

MSV signs up to Board Charter for Community Investment

28/04/2020

HACT is delighted to announce that Mosscare St Vincents (MSV) has signed up to the Board Charter for Community Investment.

whg signs up to the Board Charter

17/04/2020

HACT is delighted to announce that the leading Midlands housing association, whg, has signed up to the Board Charter for Community Investment.

Mapping community investment

08/04/2020

HACT is delighted to announce it is launching the first interactive map of community investment projects across the UK.

Data downloads for Wales and Scotland

07/04/2020

In response to the Covid-19 crisis, our colleagues at OCSI have collated data on people at-risk in Wales and Scotland. We are making this data available to the sector for free.

Identifying people who are at-risk

01/04/2020

In response to the Covid-19 crisis, HACT has collated data on people at-risk in England and is making it available to the sector for free.

Clarion: Connecting through crisis

27/03/2020

We’ve been hearing from numerous housing associations about the initiatives they’ve been taking since the Covid-19 crisis began. Here is an inspiring example from Clarion Housing Group.

Changing research in social housing

23/03/2020

HACT and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) launch a new report on the use of randomised control trials (RCTs) in driving evidence-based service design in the social housing sector.

HACT is still working, but remotely

17/03/2020

In the light of government advice, we will be working remotely for the foreseeable future.

Preston’s largest social landlord signs up to the Board Charter for Community Investment

10/03/2020

HACT is delighted to announce that Preston-based housing association, Community Gateway, has signed up to the Board Charter for Community Investment.

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