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Alastair Graham, director of Golden Lane Housing shared the success of the 2014 Retail Charity Bond model across the nations earlier this month.
Golden Lane Housing is asking our tenants and their support networks what they think about our services in our annual survey.
A double celebration took place on Monday as Mencap’s Centre of Engagement in the North opened and GLH celebrated its 16th Birthday.
The first Retail Charity Bond, issued in July for GLH and heavily oversubscribed, is shortlisted for the Social Enterprise Awards 2014.
William has inspired Andy Locke, housing officer at GLH to make changes in his life and is supporting him with a personal challenge.
Golden Lane Housing and Mencap will be making an appearance at the first Be Free Festival in September which is being held in Chingford, London.
GLH and our partners have been short listed by the Big Lottery Fund to undertake research into the needs of people with disabilities.
Congratulations to Nicola Briggs, customer services manager who has won the SPOT Award this quarter.
On 12 September 2014, GLH and others take on the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge in under 12 hours to raise money for Mencap.
Only a third of people with a learning disability vote in the UK – Mencap want to help more people with a learning disability to use their right to vote.
GLH tenants open the market which celebrated the first Retail Charity Bond to be listed on the London Stock Exchange.
GLH Retail Charity Bond raises £11m. The first charity bond to be listed on the London Stock Exchange’s Order Book for Retail Bonds, which will fund housing for people with a learning disability.
2014 Retail Charity Bond – early close of offer period
Golden Lane Housing hopes to use money raised by 2014 Retail Charity Bond to buy and adapt homes for people supported by Mencap.
After learning skills to live independently Kelly, Claire, Francis and Alice wanted to share a place together in Somerset.
Rathbone Brothers Plc and The Nationwide Foundation explain why they chose to invest in GLH’s 2013 Social Investment Bond.
Kevin, Billy, Zena and Steve are great friends who desperately wanted to stay together when the property they were living in became unsuitable.GLH’s 2013 bond enabled them to stay together.
GLH supports people with a learning disability to realise their dream of living independently. Only 16% of people with a learning disability have had a first home – this must change
Starting your first job is an important milestone towards becoming an independent adult. Matti, supporter at GLH explains his story.
Staff, partners and friends gathered on board the Princess Katherine cruise. A fabulous fun filled evening raising over £600 for Mencap.