International Women’s Day is a time to celebrate the achievements of women around the world. Today we are shining a light on Adele Duncan, the last colleague we interviewed for our Women of Transform series.
International Women’s Day is right around the corner, and we are taking this opportunity to celebrate the achievements of women at Transform. We recently interviewed Anna Menzies, who has been a Housing & Support Officer for the last five years.  
Leading up to International Women’s Day, we interviewed three of the talented women working at Transform. The first colleague we are showcasing is George, who has been a Communications Officer at Transform since 2015.
Transform took on care services four years ago, following a merger with Cherchefelle Housing Association. Since this time, Transform had been working to better understand the care market and how it could best provide services which met clients’ needs. 
LGBT+ History Month is an initiative aimed at celebrating LGBT+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and plus) people and increasing their visibility. It takes places every February with a different theme, this year’s being ‘Body, Mind, Spirit’.
We are finally saying farewell to 2020! January is a great time to make positive changes to our lives, whether that is by spending more time with loved ones or by taking part in Dry January.
Homeless charities, voluntary groups, housing providers, local authorities and faith groups have collaborated to install temporary accommodation in the form of studio cabins for the winter months
In September 2019, Transform signed up to Make a Stand – the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) appeal to tackle domestic abuse.
Today is Odd Socks Day and also the beginning of Anti-Bullying Week.
As Trustees’ Week comes to a close, we are shining a spotlight on Katie Wadey, who has been actively involved with Transform as a trustee on the board.