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In June we pitched at a live crowdfunding event organised by the Youth Funding Network. It was a fantastic evening, with people donating over £1,000 to Settle. A massive thank you to all those who came down to support us.
Check out the video of our pitch here.
In June, Katie went up to Manchester to run a session on service design at HouseParty ’15. HouseParty is an annual fringe event to the national Chartered Institute of Housing conference. Its aim is to encourage debate, connections and innovation.
Katie talked about the design processes at the heart of our organisation – from how our curriculum, was developed in response to research on the causes of tenancy breakdown, to how our resources and session design seek to engage, challenge and create a legacy of change.
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Each summer our partner, Origin Housing, puts on a barbecue in each of its services. We got involved in Enfield, running a tentful of fairground games.
Each activity was related to our curriculum: we had a wheel of fortune that encouraged you to reflect on your health and relationships, and a lucky dip that dared people to carry out acts of kindness for their neighbours.
Housing Camp is an annual meet up for people interested in doing new, exciting and disruptive things in the housing world.
We had a thought provoking day, exploring everything from the sector’s potential to support people’s mental health to learning about how under-utilised spaces can be transformed to benefit their communities (check out the Middle Ground!).
The Interchange opened its doors to visitors in September with the industry launch in conjunction with London Design Festival. Katie spoke about how design thinking has shaped the Settle programme, keeping impact at the heart of everything we do.
Read the full write up here.
Since March we’ve been working with homeless young people who are moving into their first home. We have been moved and inspired by the group we’ve worked with.
Even when faced with the most difficult of circumstances, every single person has taken up the offer to make real changes to their lives with determination and bravery.
In June, we created a first impact report to present the achievements we made together.
After the success of our pilot we have broadened our reach, supporting more vulnerable young people who are making the difficult transition to adulthood.
We are now working across 3 London boroughs, supporting homeless young people, young people in care and young refugees who are all making the difficult transition to living on their own.
This summer has been a real whirlwind and we’d like to take this opportunity to thank all those who’ve supported us along the way. Whether it was meeting for a coffee, making a donation or making a useful introduction – thank you!
Rich & Katie