News from July 2021

Luke's Blog - StoryFutures

29th July 2021

StoryFutures is a project run by the Royal Holloway University of London to innovate storytelling using immersive technology. Young people in the Warwickshire House Project are working with Avril (Virtual Reality Director) and Joel (Lecturer in Forensic Psychology) on the StoryFutures Project to explore the development of digital technology that could support young people leaving care.

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An update on Fundraising

29th July 2021

I’m Elizabeth Titley, newly appointed to the role of Fundraising and Partnerships Manager for The National House Project. My role is to develop income streams for the Charity from different sources including Trusts and grant-makers, major donors, individuals, corporates and the public. I hope that people will want to support us on our journey and will recognise that NHP is a fantastic cause.

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A MESSAGE FROM OUR CEO JULY 2021

29th July 2021

The pandemic has been a challenge for a number of reasons and where the impact has been positive, it has largely been related to the value of relationships and the way that individuals have been supported in, and by, their communities.

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Newsletter January 2023
Newsletter January 2023

Happy New Year! Welcome to our first newsletter of 2023. We hope you enjoy reading about what we have been up to over the past few months and what's going on in 2023.

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CLNM update - Jan 2023
CLNM update - Jan 2023

Over the last six months CLNM have continued to work closely with NHP to develop the approach, improve the offer and support the charity’s growth. These activities have also enabled young people to have experiences they would not have otherwise had and enabled them to grow both personally and professionally. Here is a summary of some of their work.

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Aspirational Awards Update Jan 2023
Aspirational Awards Update Jan 2023

The second window of the Aspirational Awards has recently closed and following a very busy panel, decisions were made to make awards to 16 young people across the House Project community.

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