We are pleased to announce the release of our Strategy 2040 and ESG+ Impact Report.
“The world we live and work in is changing. 2040 will look significantly different to today. Therefore, we are deliberately shifting our strategy to be relevant and ready for the future,” said our CEO Trudi Ray.
The strategy focuses on three areas of impact: housing and support, partnerships, and capacity. A key focus is creating more housing access and options for people throughout the housing continuum, from crisis to community to market driven, to meet people’s diverse and changing needs.
“We’re here to collaborate, to create meaningful change but more importantly we want to deliver benefits that have impact for the people that we serve,” said Trudi.
The ESG+ Impact Report complements this new chapter for HHS and delivers a framework and criteria which will assess the potential impact and performance of new investment opportunities. The framework considers the environmental, social and client impact, as well as appropriate governance and strategic alignment.
Alongside the framework is a commitment to annual reporting against the newly released Community Housing Industry Association (CHIA) ESG Reporting Standard of 41 criteria and material topics identified by stakeholders.
“We are proud to be one of the first Community Housing providers to be taking this progressive step and to be able to provide data which complements and validates our anecdotal evidence of program impact for our clients. This report shows we’re commercially orientated but socially impactful as well,” concluded Trudi.
Thank you to our partners who joined us to celebrate the release of these documents and hear our ambitions for the future.
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