31 October 2019

Tenants, board members, staff and other supporters of Waltham Forest Housing Association (WFHA) joined us at their offices on Thursday 26 September 2019 to celebrate the launch of their first-ever film, ‘Together we can’.

The video is a moving and inspiring six-minute tribute to the work and values of WFHA, through the personal accounts of tenants, support service users and the range of people who make our organisation work.

WFHA are strongly rooted in the local community, they hope that this film will showcase the works of smaller housing associations, and encourage people to support the work that they do, and to consider working on joint projects with them in the future.

Waltham Forest Housing Association

Waltham Forest Housing Association are a smaller place- based association, working in the London Borough of Waltham Forest for just over 50 years.

Waltham Forest Housing Association provide homes of various tenure, including general needs housing, housing for older people and supported housing for people with learning difficulties.

They run a free service on behalf of the London Borough of Waltham Forest called the Navigator Hub. The service is for people who live within the borough, and is for people aged 50 years and over, who need support to help them to continue to live in their own home independently. The service has proved very successful, and has helped many people access the services and the support that they need.

Showcase: Together we can