Community Campus are pleased to announce that they were one of 130 charities nationwide to receive funding from the Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government via the Homeless Link Covid-19 Homeless Response Fund. The funding allows the sector to continue its work during the pandemic, it is supporting our work across Teesside with those … Read more Covid-19 Homelessness Response Fund
Community Campus ‘87 is a member of Homes for Cathy, a national alliance of housing associations and homelessness charities dedicated to raising awareness of the needs of homeless people. Community Campus ‘87 is working to meet 9 commitments for Homes for Cathy, which are helping to shape and develop our policies and practices on ending … Read more Homes for Cathy
Community Campus are proud to be included as a case study in the Housing Solutions Platform “50 Out-of-the-Box Solutions to Homelessness and Housing Exclusion”. The selected projects focus on providing safe decent and affordable housing through innovative means. The initiatives were selected by a panel of housing experts and were identified through an open call … Read more Housing Solutions Case Study
Nik and Carl attended the North East Community Led Housing Conference 2019 “Making Community Led Homes Happen” on the 25 November 2019 in Gosforth. The meeting heard from local and national examples of projects developing innovative housing through a community led agenda. The North East is developing 3 hubs to provide the support and infrastructure … Read more Making Community Led Homes Happen
Community Campus have worked with the Stockton and Riverside College Princes Trust group over the last few weeks offering community action work placements for over 20 young people. This involved in helping a series of local charities with their work with homeless people. The groups worked with Community Campus ’87, Coatham House and East Cleveland Youth … Read more Community Action Work
The staff team took time out from our service delivery to meet on the 13 November 2019 to reflect on where the organisation is at after 32 years of delivering services to the homeless and reflect on the challenging environment we are working in. The meeting was also used to reward those long serving staff … Read more Staff Away Day
Great to see Alex Cunningham MP Shadow Housing Minister at Community Campus ’87 who was really impressed with the work we do in Stockton and across Teesside. Thank you Alex for your time.
Congratulations to the cohort of trainees who completed the Bright Lights Starting in Construction 2019 training course. The course was funded by British Land and run by Community Campus in conjunction with Academy 3-13, Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council and Bowmer and Kirkland. It saw 12 local young people achieve a CSCS card alongside nationally accredited qualifications … Read more Bright Lights – Starting in Construction 2019
Community Campus are included as a model of good practice in the European Network for Housing Research report looking at the community led refurbishment of empty homes. This self-help housing is seeing local communities bring empty properties back into use to meet housing need and create thriving neighbourhoods. For more information on self-help housing see … Read more European Network for Housing Research Report
A big thank you to the Caswells Group who have kindly donated personal protective equipment to Community Campus – our Construction team will be very happy.