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Donation 2017

EEM continues to exceed expectations with increased turnover during the financial year 2016 / 2017. EEM’s objective is to provide a cost efficient procurement service through having a managed catalogue with potentially the lowest commission rates charged by any consortium.

EEM once again has an operating surplus of £144,000.

The operating surplus has been split over the members that have used EEM based upon the income received for that member. The surplus will be passed back to the member strictly for the use of supporting the communities it serves and not to support budgets or work that the member should be doing as a right.

 

The £144,000 2016/17 donation was allocated and used by members in the following ways:

 

A1 Housing Bassetlaw Ltd
£8,179 

Acis Group
£2,223 

Ashfield District Council
£628

Ashfield Homes
£797 

Aspire Housing Group Ltd
£2,370 

Bolsover District Council
£2,453 

Broadland Housing Group
£125 

Broxtowe Borough Council
£1,350 

Cambridge City Council
£438
The Chief Executive of Cambridge City Council, Antoinette Jackson, wrote to EEM to say they have decided to use the money to support Cambridge Street Aid. Antoinette said she knows the donation will be very well spent as every penny donated goes directly to helping a homeless person get off and stay off the streets. Click here for more information about this scheme.

Charnwood Borough Council
£8,788 

Chesterfield Borough Council
£3,175 

Coventry University
£458 

Derby City Council
£636
The Chief Executive of Derby City Council gifted this donation to the Mayor – Cllr John Whitby’s Charity Fund which will greatly benefit many involved in the following charities and organisations that the Mayor is supporting this year. Derbyshire Children’s Holiday Centre in Skegness, The British Red Cross, Safe and Sound, Children First Derby and Derby Museums Trust.
Derby Homes
£5,903 

Derwent Living
£2,352 

Gedling Homes
£5,960

Gloucester City Homes
£1,434 

Golden Lane Housing Ltd
£1,231
The Chief Executive of GLH, Janine Tregelles, wrote and told EEM that they were delighted to receive the donation and as a charity working for people with a learning disability every donation they receive is greatly appreciated and she assured us the money will go towards further enhancing the lives of individuals they provide homes for with Golden Lane Housing. Janine also added that since joining the EEM framework they have seen greater efficiencies across their repairs service and have developed some excellent working partnerships with EEM suppliers and contractors.

Great Places Housing Group
£401
The Chief Executive of Great Places Housing Group, Matthew Harrison, wrote to EEM and to say thank you and advised that the funds would be paid into their tenant welfare fund which will be used locally in their communities.

Guinness Property
£1,648 

Helena Partnership Ltd
£1,441 

London Borough of Hillingdon
£1,124 

Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council
£3,032

Kettering Borough Council
£425

Leicester City Council
£110

City of Lincoln Council
£1,510

Mansfield District Council
£7,024

Metropolitan Housing Trust
£11,769
Metropolitan decided to award their donation the The Padley Group which is based in Derbyshire. The Padley Group is one of their charity partners for 2017/18 and was nominated by Metropolitan staff due to the exceptional service they provide. The Padley Group works with the most socially excluded people in Derby including the homeless, people with mental health issues, learning difficulties, drug and alcohol problems and the long term unemployed.  Their centre is open 365 days a year, providing an 11 bed hostel for people with nowhere to sleep, and food, clothing and showers to anyone in need. The Group also provides accredited training at the local resource centre with support to plan for a better future. They carry out all of this with little or no government funding depending on volunteers, fundraisers and donors. This donation will have a hug impact on the services the group provides and could not have come at a better time (Oct 2018). The additional funds will enable the centre to support more customers than ever over the Christmas period and beyond.

NCHA
£2,732

Newark and Sherwood DC
£584

Newark and Sherwood Homes Ltd
£7,846

Northamptonshire Partnership Homes
£2,138

Nottingham City Homes
£31,724

PA Housing
£463

Rockingham Forest HA
£926

Rykneld Homes Ltd
£4,438

South Cambridgeshire District Council
£629
The council decided to donate the money to the local foodbank run by the Trussell Trust and administered by Cambridge City Foodbank.

South Holland District Council
£6,574

Stockport Homes
£746

Tuntum Housing Association
£898

Viridian Housing
£5,274

Walsall Housing Group
£571

Wellingborough Homes
£379
The Wellingborough Homes donation went towards a project which set a target to raise 10,000 tins of food for the Daylight Centre, a local food bank in Wellingborough, in only five months. Read more by clicking here.

West Lancashire Borough Council
£415

Westworks – Aster Group
£513

 

 

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