Take a look at Fresh Futures Sustainability eBook, where you can learn all about making simple, sustainable changes, and the financial and health benefits that each change could bring to you and your family.
Fresh Futures Sustainability Action Plan
Fresh Futures 2023 action plan is made up of 20 steps which will be carefully developed over a 12-month period, ending with a re-assessment of our charity’s carbon footprint and evaluation report to measure our success.
Approved by our Board of Trustees in August 2022, the Sustainability Policy pledges to act as a sustainable charity that cares for the future environment and the future of the children and families who live in it.
The forum is made up of employees, volunteers, tenants, governors and service users, who work collectively to improve the charity’s sustainability initiatives and provide valuable input.
Sustainable Hacks at Home
We’ve put together some simple sustainable hacks that you can implement at home. These will not only benefit the environment but will have health, well-being, and financial benefits to you and your family
Sustainable Hacks at Work
Check out a few simple yet effective changes that you could make within your workplace to reap sustainable impacts that also can financially benefit your organisation. Each tip has already been tried and tested successfully by YCC
Recycling in Kirklees
Recycling different items including different types of plastic can seem daunting at first. We’ve put together a really simple guide to recycling within Kirklees to make recycling much easier and help reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill.
We are constantly looking for new ways to make Fresh Futures more sustainable and pass on our learnings onto the community. If you would like to be involved in our sustainability journey, or have any suggestions for us, please click here to get in touch.
CLICK HERE to view/download/print a copy of our poster, ‘20 ways to fight the cost-of-living crisis with sustainability’. You might choose to set yourself a personal goal to cross of as many of the tips as possible, to save you money… Or why not hang the poster in your workplace or local community centre, to support others.
Fresh Futures Sustainability Champion: Lucy Martin | 01484 519988 | [email protected]
Sustainability Forum Members:
Christine Rhodes – Fresh Futures Children & Family Services Employee
Jodie Kavanagh – Fresh Futures Children & Family Services Employee
Gill Goodswen – Fresh Futures Trustee & Governor
Lucy Martin – Fresh Futures Volunteer Coordinator
Rob Edden – Fresh Futures Senior Leadership Team Member
Samantha Cashman – Fresh Futures Children & Family Services Employee
Stephen Halliday – Fresh Futures Volunteer
Susan Greenwood – Fresh Futures Tenant