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.
We are pleased and proud to detail the findings of our latest Transform client exit and long-term outcome monitoring surveys.
The vaccination programme has been rolled out across all Transform areas. Primary care, hospital and community teams have been working tirelessly 
Transform Housing & Support has confirmed it has merged with Guildford-based Wey Valley Housing Association (WVHA). The merger, which was finalised on 1 April this year, involved the transfer of two properties and two members of staff to Transform. 
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.
Transform recently took part in a Community Foundation for Surrey webinar as part of the organisation’s March focus on homelessness.
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.