On this page you will find a range of marketing materials and content to help you promote support for residents during the rising cost of living.
Whether you interact with the public in your day job or as a volunteer, we understand how important it is that you can direct residents to trusted sources of help and advice in Hertfordshire when needed.
- Cost of living dashboard – for professionals only. For access, email Matt.Mardle@hertfordshire.gov.uk from your professional email address, with your job role and reason for wanting access. By requesting access, you will be agreeing to this confidentiality agreement:
The dashboard is for business use only, for example, identifying needs, current demands and possible trends. Access to the dashboard will be for your use only. You can share your screen and show others the data, but you can't give them direct access. Doing so will be a breach of the confidentiality agreement.”
Posters and advertising
Watch the webinar Supporting with the cost of living – what professionals need to know (YouTube).
The webinar and webinar slides will help you identify when a resident may need support, be able to signpost them to a trusted source of advice, and know when and how to refer someone who may need more in-depth support from one of our specialist services in the county. You'll hear from services including Citizens Advice, the Money Advice Unit, Age UK and other professionals in Hertfordshire offering support to residents facing an increased cost of living.
If you require this document in a different format, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Food bank information by district/borough
Fully-funded holiday activity camps (HAPpy camps) run during school holidays, new content will be available ahead of the Christmas holidays . School age children in receipt of benefits related free school meals are eligible for places at these free activity camps, giving them a chance to have fun, meet friends, learn new skills and enjoy nutritious food.