The first keys are received for the Wolverhampton House Project

The first keys are received for the Wolverhampton House Project

Posted 14th August 2020

Despite the tough challenge of the coronavirus pandemic, the first young person in the Wolverhampton House Project has received the keys to her forever home. Jade has remained committed and focused to achieve the end goal of receiving the keys to her property.  Jade, along with other young people recently met with Wolverhampton Homes to identify areas and properties where they wanted to live.  Jade is the first of three to receive her keys.

 Jade said: “Since I got my flat,  my confidence has improved so much, and I finally feel I have my own freedom.”

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