Women in Safe Homes Fund – Impact Report 2021/22 – Resonance

Resonance and Patron Capital are delighted to publish the Women in Safe Homes Fund’s second Social Impact Report which highlights the progress the fund is making in relation to women accessing its homes.

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... As the UK’s housing crisis continues to worsen, exacerbated by the pandemic, along with the circumstances and experiences that leave women at risk of homelessness. This includes women experiencing domestic abuse and leaving the criminal justice without a safe place to go to, two of the leading causes of women’s homelessness. The Women in Safe Homes Fund is in its second year of operation and the recently published Impact Report highlights the difference the fund is making in conjunction with its housing partners and investors.

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