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WE WORK tells the inspirational stories of 15 people who’ve built careers and new lives with help from PlaceShapers members.
They are typical of more than 60,000 stories of people who PlaceShapers have helped gain the skills, qualifications and confidence to find work since 2010.
PlaceShapers play a unique role in the local and national economy by building homes and lives. Our business is providing affordable homes and services that build local communities. Supporting people into work saves public money on welfare and health budgets, and boosts wellbeing.
We don’t just build homes, we build lives.
WE WORK because we’re PlaceShapers.
WE WORK storybook
Read the inspirational stories in people’s own words.
The stories tell of how, with PlaceShapers’ support, each overcame adversity to begin a new chapter in their lives.
Each story is a tale of individual commitment and determination.
Collectively they paint a picture of the impact made by PlaceShapers members.
Placeshapers retweeted South Yorkshire Housing Association
This week is #InternationalWeekOfHappinessAtWork 🤩 Our @findgoodwork works with people to find and stay in employment where they can thrive, and with over 150 companies across South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw to keep their workforce well. Find out more ⤵️ https://t.co/DtJTe8QliZ 22 Sep 2020
"Whilst some societal scars may last longer than the virus itself, there has been an explosion of energy, compassion, collaboration and innovation, which as a sector we have a continued role and responsibility to help harness, support and foster." We agree @LonghurstGrouphttps://t.co/aBgNzsWGnO 18 Sep 2020
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Covid 19 could offer a once in a lifetime opportunity for housing associations to deliver more with their communities, change how homes are built and adapt services, according to PlaceShapers’ and HACT’s Places After The Pandemic report.
PlaceShapers have joined HACT and a number of other 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.