Auriga work with partners to provide cost effective holistic solutions

In 2017, Auriga facilitated a collaboration among three organisations with different objectives but with a collective goal of improving the well-being and financial security of dialysis patients:

· University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Trust
· Severn Trent Trust Fund
· Money Advice Service

A total investment of £750,000 will result in around £15 million of welfare benefits being realised over a period of time for dialysis patients.

Sarah Bentley - Chief Customer Officer, Severn Trent Water

Auriga work in partnership with Severn Trent Water to support their vulnerable customers through services of the Severn Trent Trust Fund.

Sarah Bentley outlines how the partnership works, the benefits it has brought to Severn Trent Water customers and her personal highlights.

Louise Beardmore - Customer Service Director, United Utilities

Auriga have been working in partnership with United Utilities since 2005 to support their vulnerable customers through the services of the United Utilities Trust Fund. Donations of over £58m since 2005 help make an impact of the lives of many thousands of their customers.

Louise Beardmore talks about the positive effect the United Utilities Trust Fund has not only on customers financial well-being, but their general health too.

Matt Cole - Head of policy & social energy, npower

Working in partnership with npower has a positive impact on customers experiencing financial distress

Matt Cole talks about npower's relationship with Auriga. The benefits of partnership working and the passion Auriga has to help those that are vulnerable.

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    • University Hospital Birmingham and The Severn Trent Trust Fund

      Judith is 53 years old; she lives alone in a one bed privately rented flat above a shop in Tyesley, Birmingham.

    • Successful Outcome for Oldham Resident

      Mr Mullen was referred to Auriga through the Warm Homes Oldham scheme, when it was identified that he needed assistance with his gas arrears with Scottish Power.

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