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Reducing the stress of financial hardship on the most vulnerable

Charis client services director Jonathan Hunt outlines the impact the Charis Shop platform is having on organisations working directly with the most vulnerable in their care.

Jonathan Hunt

Supporting vulnerable people in their homes is a fundamental aspect of community care, whether they are recovering after a stay in hospital, struggling with mental health

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HUGGG LAUNCHES NEW INITIATIVES TO SUPPORT HSF PAYMENTS

Following the announcement that the Household Support Fund has been extended again, Huggg, the specialist platform which allows organisations to send and manage retail vouchers at scale to those in need, has launched a number of new initiatives. These are designed to help local authorities and their Third Party partner organisations (TPOs) get these vital

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Why the Government’s Energy Bill Support Scheme for Northern Ireland has revealed Post Office is perfectly placed to ‘own’ the bill payments & cash disbursal space

An impressive 500,000 energy vouchers dispatched within four weeks and ahead of schedule.

A staggering £600m of cash distributed across post offices at speed, meticulous behind-the-scenes planning and postmasters who proved to be local heroes for their communities.

The results speak for themselves: With a redemption rate of almost 100%, it’s clear the Northern Ireland

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Are we heading towards an energy cliff edge?

Oliver Gray, Charis business development director

By Ollie Gray, business development director, Charis

So, are we better off or worse off this spring when it comes to our energy bills?

Unfortunately, despite falling wholesale costs, the average household bill is still set to rise to £3000 in April, and many will need

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