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Donation 2018

As a not-for profit organisation, EEM chooses to distribute its operating surplus via a Community Donation scheme.

In 2018, EEM is distributing £170,000 via Community Donations to the EEM membership.

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.

 

Members chose to spend their donation in the following ways:

A1 Housing Bassetlaw Ltd 
£6,588
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Acis Group 
£2,737
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Ashfield District Council 
£949
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Aspire Housing Group Ltd
£2,508
Aspire Housing passed their donation to their charity, Realise.
Realise said “In terms of impact, that figure would support 25 learners / apprentices into work by breaking down their specific barrier to employment. We support learners with; toolkits (construction), office clothing (business admin), driving support (all eligible learners), plus a range of ad hoc support as and when they arise.

“In terms of social return on investment, we calculate that for every £1 we spend, we deliver £6.42 in social value. As such, your donation as a whole will generate £16,101.36 of social value.”

Bassetlaw District Council
£119
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Bolsover District Council
£4,352
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Broadland Housing Group
£410
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Broxtowe Borough Council
£1,818
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Brunts Charity
£267
Brunts will use their donation for obtaining shrubs for a feature garden which at their Patchills Community Centre where all residents and guests shall enjoy when visiting the premises.

Cambridge City Council
£828
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd
£439
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Charnwood Borough Council
£9,495
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Chesterfield Borough Council
£6,314
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Coventry & Warwick Partnership NHS Trust
£150
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Derby City Council
£790
The Chief Executive of Derby City Council gifted this donation to the Mayor’s Charity Fund which will greatly benefit many involved in the following charities and organisations that the Mayor is supporting this year.

The 2018 Mayor’s Charity Fund will support Cure Leukaemia, Macmillan Cancer Support and Childline through the NSPCC.

Derby Homes
£4,002
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Derwent Living
£3,057
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council
£1,091
Dudley MBC are sending their donation to Sycamore Adventure Playground. This is an award winning adventure playground, a world class play facility, a place where children can be free, a space where play is prioritised, because all children need to play. This play centre is situated at the heart of an area of significant deprivation in North Dudley, it is accessed by tens of thousands of children and families each year, including a high percentage from deprived background and children who have disabilities.

EMH Group
£2,350
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Framework Housing Association
£326
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Gedling Homes
£11,512
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Golden Lane Housing
£1,457
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Great Places Housing Group
£160
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Guinness Partnership
£264
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Guinness Property
£5,441
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Hanover Housing Association
£136
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Helena Partnership (Torus)
£766
Helena used their donation to support a group of young mums in Parr with their activities and to keep them going. They are from a deprived area and need support in a range of matters such as cooking on a budget, well-being and employment

London Borough of Hillingdon
£595
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council
£5,366
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Kettering Borough Council
£1,884
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Leicester City Council
£520
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

City of Lincoln Council
£870
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Mansfield District Council
£7,061
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Methodist Homes
£178
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Metropolitan Housing Trust
£6,292
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Midland Heart
£2,189
Midland Heart will update dining rooms within schemes by purchasing things such as table mats, condiments, flower displays, serviette holders etc. Their catering budgets do not cover these things and they would like to create a standard throughout Midland Heart and they say this donation would help towards creating that.

NCHA
£5,528
NCHA are using their donation to purchase benches for their almshouses.

Newark and Sherwood DC
£267
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Newark and Sherwood Homes
£8,671
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Newport City Homes
£1,349
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

North West Leicestershire District Council
£161
This donation will go to “the Chairman’s Charities”, selected by the current Chair of the Council for his year in office.  They are The Alzheimer’s Society and Hope Hospice who will both benefit equally. 

Northamptonshire Partnership Homes
£1,719
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Nottingham City Council
£174
Nottingham City Council have forwarded their donation to Dolly Parton’s Imaginary Library.
Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is a free book gifting organisation devoted to inspiring a love of reading in the hearts of children everywhere. Each month, enrolled children receive a high quality, age appropriate book in the post, free of charge. Children receive books from birth to age five.

Nottingham City Homes
£21,658
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Nottingham Trent University
£181
Nottingham Trent University is donating this sum to the John Van Geest cancer centre charity that is based on their Clifton Campus.

Oadby & Wigston Borough Council
£129
Oadby & Wigston gave their donation to the Wigston Club for Young People.

Optivo
£936
Viridian will use this donation within their ‘Build Yourself’ project. The project supports disadvantaged 18-24yr old NEETs (not in employment, education or training) to gain vital skills for progression into employment. The contribution will go towards specialist staffing costs, young people accredited learning and CSCS tests/cards for construction employment.

PA Housing
£2,732
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Police Crime Commissioner – Derbyshire
£841
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Police Crime Commissioner – Northamptonshire
£1,948
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Progress Housing
£362
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Riverside
£2,626
The charity Riverside selected is The Riverside Workplace Trust. The purpose of the charity is to support and assist any Riverside member of staff and their family and friends needing special equipment or assistance to improve the quality of their life.  These needs may arise as a result of disability, accident, illness or other exceptional circumstance as agreed by the Workplace Trust Committee and make a difference where it matters most.

Rockingham Forest Housing Association (Grand Union Housing)
£466
RFHA gave their donation to Mental Health UK.

Rotherham Borough Council
£124
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Rykneld Homes
£5,528
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

SHAL Housing
£411
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

South Cambridgeshire District Council
£697
South Cambridgeshire District Council forwarded their donation to Age UK.

South Holland District Council
£5,973
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Stockport Homes
£713
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Trent & Dove Housing
£2,323
Trent & Dove will be putting this donation into their Community Scheme budget and will let us know once it has been allocated.

Tuntum Housing Association
£1,358
As per usual, Tuntum Housing Association will use this donation to support their Carnival in Nottingham, in particular the wonderful costumes. It is the biggest social value activity that Tuntum do and takes up a lot of their resources so any additional funding helps.

Wales & West Housing
£365
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Walsall Council
£689
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Walsall Housing Group
£719
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Waterloo Housing Group
£143
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Wellingborough Homes
£280
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

West Lancashire Borough Council
£438
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
£116
This donation will go into the general fund for charitable donations which can be spent in many ways to benefit patients (i.e. Medical Equipment, Medical staff training). Any Charitable Funds donation is kept separately to the Trusts budget and only spent on goods/services that the Trust would not supply ordinarily.

Your Homes Newcastle
£400
This member has not yet spent their 2018 Community Donation

 

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