Give a Little Love donation from Waitrose

Mike Andrews, October 2021

The C.H.E.E.S.E. Project are delighted to receive the generous donation from Waitrose's Give a Little Love fund. This will mean we can provide free Energy Tracing home surveys to low-income households.

Even before the Covid pandemic, 11% of the households in Bristol struggled to pay for heating, paying the rent and eating. Now with cut-backs in Universal Credit and soaring energy prices it will be far more.

The community-based C.H.E.E.S.E. project shows, with a unique thermal-imaging survey, exactly where your home is losing that expensive heat. "When you see it you can fix it," as one of our clients said - with DIY and as little as £100 you can save up to a third of your heat loss.

If more prosperous readers would like to donate their Winter Fuel Allowance to the not-for-profit project. This will mean we can help more families on low incomes to have a warmer, healthier home. You can dontate through our website here.

In the photo: Cathy Spence (Right), Managing Partner of the Little Waitrose branch on Queens Road, Clifton of the Give a Little Love fund £500.00 cheque to The C.H.E.E.S.E. Project CIC, a Bristol-based not-for-profit that will use the money to provide free thermal surveys to households in fuel poverty. Left in the photo is Mike Andrews the Managing Director and founder of the project, and next to him (centre) is Roz Thomas, director in charge of training local Energy Tracers® for the Project.