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Kent woman celebrates 35 years supporting people with learning disabilities

December 22, 2021

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Kent woman celebrates 35 years supporting people with learning disabilities

A support worker from Kent has marked three and a half decades of supporting people with learning disabilities to live the best life possible

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Hft announces newly appointed Chief Officers

December 20, 2021

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Hft announces newly appointed Chief Officers

Hft has appointed new Chief Charity and External Affairs, and Chief Commercial Housing Officers; Devia Gurjar and Teresa Parker.

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A family of fundraising heroes

December 14, 2021

Fundraising, News, Families

A family of fundraising heroes

The family of James Stiff who is supported at Hft Herts and Essex, have spent the past forty years fundraising for the charity.

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Support Workers take a leap of faith for charity

December 3, 2021

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Support Workers take a leap of faith for charity

A trio of support workers from Biggleswade will be taking to the skies dressed in Santa suits this weekend for a charity skydive in aid of the national learning disability charity, Hft.

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Hft responds to the Government’s adult social care White Paper

December 3, 2021

Press Releases, News

Hft responds to the Government’s adult social care White Paper

After a lengthy wait, we welcome the publication of the Government’s White Paper on adult social care reform. However, we remain concerned about the immediate crisis the sector will face over the coming winter.

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The gift that keeps on giving

November 12, 2021

Fundraising, News

The gift that keeps on giving

A non-financial donation has been gratefully received by people we support in Bedfordshire

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Hft responds to the Comprehensive Spending Review

October 27, 2021

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Hft responds to the Comprehensive Spending Review

“It is disheartening to find social care remains largely absent from the government’s agenda. Far from an ‘age of optimism’ today’s Comprehensive Spending Review does not provide sufficient investment in the future of our sector."

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Malcolm’s Million

Malcolm’s Million

Malcolm, who has a learning disability, has walked one million steps to transform his health following a challenge set by support staff.

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