Watch our cost-of-living webinar


We recently held a cost-of-living webinar for customers to share information on support available including grants, an emotional wellbeing service and fuel vouchers.

Cost of living online seminars

The webinar was hosted by speakers from our Community Investment and Tenancy Sustainment teams, as well as a guest speaker from the charity Mind.

More than 100 of you registered, and you had some great questions for the panellists.

If you weren’t able to attend, you can watch the recording now.

We covered a range of topics, including:

  • A2Dominion grants
  • Our emotional wellbeing service
  • Money-saving tips
  • Information about fuel vouchers
  • Advice about grants from utility companies

The winner is…

Customers who took part were asked to submit their best money-saving tips for a chance to win a Love2Shop voucher. Congratulations to our winner Aneta who submitted two of the tips below.

Here are some of the tips shared at the webinar:

  • “Use an electric blanket when around the home and relaxing and not too mobile to keep heating costs down. Some are as cheap as 4p an hour to run.”
  • “Enter realistic saving goals and participate in savings challenges. There's one called the 365-day money challenge. Save 1p on the first day of the year, 2p on the second day. The last day of the year, you'll put away £3.65. By the end of the year, you’ll have ended up saving £667.35.”
  • “If you want a day out with the family, London Zoo offers tickets on the day for £3 per person if you show proof of your qualifying benefit. Find out about the zoo’s help for Households scheme and eligibility on their website.”
  • “The government Help to Save scheme can give you a 50% top up on your savings. This is for a maximum £50 per month, with a top-up of £25 every month. It’s a great way to save and manage your money efficiently.” Find out more about the scheme and eligibility on the Government website. (Winning tip)
  • ”Buy toiletries or dry foods when they are on half price if you can - it can save a lot in the long term.”
  • “Shop around for groceries and food, different places have different offers, and it can work out cheaper.”

Are you concerned about the cost of living?

If you’re concerned about cost of living, there’s lots of support available. Find out what government support you’re eligible for on its website.

You may also be able to get help from your local council. Check its website to see what is in your area. Find your local council.

We also have various ways we can support you. Please complete our form if you’d like to hear from us.