A Northamptonshire charity is collaborating with its network to increase the impact they collectively have in their communities.
Community Law Service has received funding from British Gas Energy Trust for almost ten years, supporting thousands of people to better afford their energy bills and keep homes warmer.
And now, the charity has become part of West Northamptonshire Council’s Anti-Poverty Oversight Group, which features around a dozen voluntary sector organisations providing advice and support for the community.
The group is led by the local authority, which developed and adopted an Anti-Poverty Strategy, from which a series of priorities were agreed which they, along with likeminded partners, are aiming to tackle, including combating poverty and the lack of warm households in the region.
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