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Social Value

At Morgan Sindall Property Services our goal is to create opportunities for people in the communities we serve, as well as supporting communities to be more coherent and economically resilient.

Over the years we have developed our four community programmes to help us deliver on our ambitions to support disadvantaged people into employment, generate prospects for young people, and engage with local charities.

Where possible, we want to quantify the difference we are making to people, communities and society as a whole by calculating the social value created by our community programmes in financial terms. We are certified as a social value organisation, achieving over £3.5 million in social return across all contracts from April 2021 to March 2022, which is certified by HACT the charity organisation.

Download our social report here, which gives more detail behind these figures and the people we’ve supported.

Social Value Programmes and Activities

We offer a range of activities to improve the wellbeing of residents, create opportunities for learning, career development and routes into employment.

If you have any questions about these activities or would like to book a space, please contact CSRbox@morgansindall.com

Energy Cafes

With energy prices on the rise, it’s helpful for residents to understand good energy usage practices and the support that’s available if they are struggling to pay bills.

The energy cafés take place online on the first Thursday of each month from 10:00am – 12:00pm.

Residents will receive advice on:

  • What to do if customers are struggling to pay energy bills
  • How to make sure a home is energy-efficient
  • Keeping a home free from condensation and mould growth
  • The best boiler controls for heating a home efficiently
  • Where to access grants and benefits to help support with paying energy bills
  • Agencies that provide extra support and guidance

Digital Inclusion Sessions

The sessions provide residents with the skills to access resources, support, and financial tools necessary for them in their everyday lives.

The sessions are split up into two parts:

  • Staying in touch – creating an email, installing mobile apps such as WhatsApp and Zoom
  • Online shopping – how to set up shopping accounts, PayPal accounts

CV Workshops

These 1-hour sessions are designed to support residents to write a CV from scratch, teaching the importance of tailoring a CV to the individual job role they are applying for.

Employability Sessions

Looking for a new job opportunity or want help with writing a CV? Our sessions can help with this and more.

Work Experience

In partnership with Speaker for Schools, we offer work experience placements twice a year, so that students can gain insights into the world of work and gain key skills and experience.

Apprenticeships

Our apprentice programmes are designed to build the practical, academic and communication skills that will help you develop your career. Check out our careers page to find out the current apprenticeship opportunities.

Work to Learn Programmes

We offer training, structured work experience and employment opportunities for residents of all ages and backgrounds. Find out about our current programmes here.