Get to know Nottingham's charitable organisations and the amazing work they do to help people in our local community.
Nottingham Community Housing Association
Established in 1973, Nottingham Community Housing Association build and manager thousands of affordable homes across Nottingham and the wider East Midlands area. Their work covers mental health, learning disabilities, domestic violence, Asian elders, vulnerable young people, homelessness, teenage parents and older people, whether they need a place to live or support in their own home. The organisation have help more than 20,000 people across the East Midlands.
What’s the aim of the charity?
To deliver more homes, great services and better lives. The charity work tirelessly to provide high quality, low-cost housing, services and support for people in need.
Nottingham Community Housing Association's values underpin everything they do. They are:
· Caring - They care about what we do and the way we do it
· Learning - They learn, improve and change to deliver great services
· Enthusiastic - They are engaged and motivated to make a difference
· Accountable - They are answerable for what we do and don't do
· Resilient - They are ready to respond to opportunities and challenges.
Thinking of volunteering at Nottingham Community Housing Association? Here's why you should:
They support volunteers with:
· A warm welcome
· Training and induction
· Support and supervision
· Out of pocket expenses
· Volunteer training.
Their core training programme for volunteers includes:
· Equality and diversity
· Confidentiality and data protection
· Health and safety
· Professional boundaries.
Volunteers can also choose to take some courses as certificated online training.
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