Trafford Housing Trust

Partner organisations and business we work with.

As an organisation whose stated vision is to be "a force for good, driven by social justice, inspiring people and neighbourhoods to be the best they can be.", we work alongside and have connections with a lot of agencies, other charitable trusts, voluntary agencies and contractors.  Check back here often as we will be adding to this list on a regular basis.

To go to a particular organisation's website please click on the relevant logo to open their website in a new window.

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Age UK Trafford is a local, independent charity, which has been providing a range of services for over 50’s, and their carers, in Trafford for over 37 years.  It also specialises in supporting people with dementia, and their carers, and is the lead third sector organisation in Trafford for dementia, helping develop the local dementia strategy.  It has had a dementia day support partnership with Trafford Housing Trust for over 20 years including a partnership day support venture called “Passion for Life in Grafton Court, Old Trafford.

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Healthwatch Trafford are one of the first parners to move into our head office at Sale Point as part of Trafford Housing Trust's initiative to provide office space for small public organisations.  

Healthwatch Trafford is commissioned by and accountable to Trafford Council, but operates independently. Healthwatch Trafford is the local authority’s critical friend, ensuring that the people of Trafford feel their voice is being heard.

Healthwatch Trafford has the power to influence commissioners and providers of health and social care in the region.

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The Stroke Association are one of the parners with office space into our head office at Sale Point as part of our initiative to provide office space for small public organisations.  

The Stroke Association provide high quality, up-to-date stroke information for stroke patients, their families and carers. Every year an estimated 150,000 people in the UK have a stroke. That's one person every five minutes. Most people affected are over 65, but anyone can have a stroke, including children and even babies. A stroke changes lives.  It can have a huge effect on you and your family.

 

The Stroke Association were our Charity of the Year from December 2012 to December 2013

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We have partnered with Henshaw's Society for Blind People, who are helping us with our communications for Blind and partially sighted people. So they will be looking at things like our literature and our Website and how we provide communications in different versions such as audio and Braille

Henshaw's are also our Charity of the Year from December 2012 to December 2013

 

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The Trust of course originated from Trafford Council in 2005 when all the council housing assets were transferred to Trafford Housing Trust.  Needless to say that we continue to work closely with the Local Authority on a number of projects. We also work with Trafford Partnership, a body which brings together all the businesses, voluntary and community organisations. We also have three councillors on our Board including the current leader of the Council, Matthew Colledge

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The Trafford Partnership is the Borough's Local Strategic Partnership, a single body which brings together more than 100 organisations including local and regional partners from across the public, private, voluntary and community sectors.

Click here to visit the Trafford Community Leisure Trust website

Trafford Community Leisure Trust currently operates the major leisure facilities in Trafford, and is a non-profit distributing organisation, meaning any surplus that is generated is reinvested back into the facilities it operates. This reinvestment allows the Trust and the facilities to constantly grow and improve to the benefit of our users.

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Phoenix Futures brings positive change in the lives of individuals, families and communities affected by substance misuse. We reduce the impact of drug and alcohol related harm and enable our service users to rebuild their lives. Our purpose is achieved through the skills and dedication of our staff.

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