During the Covid-19 pandemic, it became increasing apparent that clients living in shared accommodation were struggling to access Universal Credit and other online-only support groups.
On Saturday 10 July, Transform supporters slept outside in their gardens, back yards or balconies to raise both awareness of homelessness and vital funds to help prevent it.
Transform provides fast and efficient delivery of new flats under Next Steps Rough Sleeper initiative
Transform has delivered five one-bedroom flats under the Government’s Next Steps Rough Sleeper initiative, alongside partners
Last year, the government published its Social Housing White Paper in which it asked the Regulator of Social Housing (RSH) to change the way it carr
Transform endorses National Housing Federation commitment to support residents at risk of eviction during Covid
Transform has supported more than 1,500 vulnerable and homeless people throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, working with multiple partners to ensure our services reflect the needs of the community.
A number of homeless individuals in Elmbridge will be soon be moving into fully furnished flats thanks to a £4,800 donation made by the B&Q Foundation to Transform Housing & Support. We support more than 1,700 people each year in Surrey and surrounding areas.
During what has been a challenging year, Transform has been overwhelmed by the generous and continued support received from donors, supporters, and volunteers.
The vaccination programme has been rolled out across all Transform areas. Primary care, hospital and community teams have been working tirelessly
Transform in Zoom call with HRH Sophie Countess of Wessex and Prince Edward who praise Surrey’s Covid-19 response
On Thursday 18 March, Transform’s Director of Client Services Adele Duncan received a very exciting invitation from Lord Lieutenant of Surrey Michael More-Molyneux – who is also a Transform patron. The invite was to a Zoom meeting with the Lord Lieutenant and a special VIP guest.