News relating to Projects

Ground breaking project to support care experienced young people reaches first birthday milestone

2nd November 2021

On the first anniversary of a ground-breaking Midlothian Council project, nine care-experienced young people are being supported to live independent, fulfilled lives.

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Engie - Helping Hands Project

26th July 2021

ENGIE are committed to delivering Social Value in communities where they are contractually working in. This led to the development of a partnership between the National House Project and ENGIE, who are piloting support to House Projects in two local authorities: Rotherham and Wolverhampton. 

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Midlothian House Project Update

10th June 2021

Seven months after Midlothian Children’s Services team launched a ground-breaking project to support care-experienced young people to live independent, fulfilled lives, eight of the nine young people taking part are settled in permanent accommodation.

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Mark Warr meets with The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to discuss issues facing care leavers
Mark Warr meets with The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to discuss issues facing care leavers

We were delighted to be part of the Foundling Museum’s roundtable with The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on Wednesday 19 January 2022, to highlight current issues surrounding our young people leaving care, share our perspective of the challenges our care leavers face and the opportunities that are available in improving their futures.

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Newsletter January 2022
Newsletter January 2022

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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Sharing a year of successful fundraising
Sharing a year of successful fundraising

This last year has seen the NHP being successful in getting grant funding from a number of Grantmakers. We have received grant funding of over £400,000, some of which will go towards the core funding of the organisation and some will be restricted towards additionality that the Charity brings to our young people. Grantmakers who have awarded us with grants include Greenwood Place, The Leathersellers’ Foundation, CHK Foundation, Garfield Weston and Arnold Clark.

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