Target has recently been awarded a cyber essential accreditation. We chose to apply for the accreditation in order to improve our I.T and Data Security
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Target has featured in the NCFD Top 100 Most Inclusive Workplaces Index 2021! Target has reached number 58 in the Top 100 Most Inclusive Workplaces Index 2021.
Here at Target we’ve been busy getting ready for our new tenants at our new project based in Sheffield called Thrive. Staff at Target have been putting together starter packs for our new tenants.
Target has recently been awarded a donation of £9,350.00 from the lottery fund. This money will be used to help connect our service users to external agencies and services through tech.
This year Target turned 30, over our 30 years we have had many high milestones and achievements, and our organisation had continued to grow from humble beginnings to where we are now in 2020.
Target senior staff and the Board of Trustees would like to formally thank and acknowledge the tremendous efforts of our frontline staff and managers. They have worked tirelessly to find ingenious solutions to helping people with serious practical and mental health issues in very challenging circumstances. Hearing the many stories from managers and key-workers over the last two months really brings home that we have a workforce of truly amazing people.
This briefing will cover the steps we have taken to ensure we continue to support our customers whilst taking every step to protect our employees, customers and comply with our social responsibility to reduce and slow down the virus COVID-19.
A message to our clients and customers regarding COVID-19. Our priority at Target Housing is the health and safety of our colleagues, clients, partners and all customers. Target is actively and continuously monitoring the Covid-19 Coronavirus outbreak, in line with local and national authorities, public health advice and WHO guidelines. Our policies reflect the guidelines set out by the UK Government.
Social and Sustainable Capital (SASC), the award-winning UK fund manager and social enterprise, has invested £3m from its Social and Sustainable Housing (SASH) fund into Target Housing
Sheffield has been awarded £67,336 of the Government’s £16.6m national fund. The funding pot has been made available to local authorities to bid for specialist help and housing provision for those affected by domestic abuse. The accommodation will include safety features and will be provided and managed by Target Housing. Residents will have access to the help they need from Independent Domestic Abuse Services (IDAS) who currently provide specialist domestic abuse services in Sheffield.