We outline the differences between the two popular affordable housing schemes.
It's important that we give back to the communities in which our members and our staff live and work.
Part of this committment is demonstrated by our Community Partnership scheme.
Our branch charity partners are chosen and voted for by our employees and our members. We aim to build long-term relationships with these charities to enable our staff, and hopefully our members, to engage in meaningful volunteering opportunties, which will help us to raise funds and awareness.
Alton branch's charity partner is Alton Foodbank, who work to combat poverty within the local area. Ref No: 1151471
Abingdon and Didcot's branch partner is Helen and Douglas House, a hospice for children and young adults. Ref No: 1085951
Wokingham branch's partner is Sue Ryder, who provide hospice and neurological care for people facing a frightening, life-changing diagnosis. Ref No: 1052076
Newbury and Thatcham's branch partner is Newbury Cancer Care Trust, who help local people diagnosed with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. Ref No: 1157796
Our Head Office's charity partner is Alzheimer's Society, who provide support to improve the lives of people with dementia and their families. Ref No: 296645
Winchester branch's charity partner is Friends of PICU, who support the Peadiatric Intensive Care Unit at Southampton University Hospital who provide first class care and treatment to critically ill children all over the South of England and the Channel Islands. Ref No: 1116880
Hungerford branch's charity partner is Prior's Court School, who are a specialist residential school, who support and improve life chances for young people aged 5-25 who are severely affected by autism. Ref No: 1070227
How can you get involved?
Each year we will be organising and undertaking fund raising events in our branches and at local community events. If you are interested in volunteering your time or skills, please contact us.