We are pleased to be supported by many organisations that enable the organisation to run successfully. Our two main funding sources are from Norfolk County Council, Joint Commissioning and through Rental Income from our Residents. In addition, we gratefully receive funding for specific schemes, such as from the Norfolk Police and Crime Commissioner, through their Substance Misuse Fund. We also receive funding from joint commissioning for our Pathway Scheme from Great Yarmouth Borough Council, the Police and Great Yarmouth and Waveney Health.
For each activity, such as educational courses, in house training, events and new projects, funding is sought from a range of sources and we are always engaged in actively seeking new funding streams.
Without the support of our Funders, Commissioners and our Local Community, we would be unable to provide the high quality support and accommodation services we offer – meeting the needs of some of the most vulnerable people within our community.
At Herring House Trust we take our fundraising practices seriously and we comply with the Institute of Fundraising Codes of Fundraising Practice. We are transparent in all our fundraising responsibilities and if you support our work you will know that your donation is used effectively to meet the needs of our service users.
As a charity and housing association, we are regulated by Commissioners and Funders and in addition, our work is overseen by the Homes and Communities Agency & the Charity Commission