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Trust Housing Association

Trust Housing Association

National provider of housing, support and care services

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The Trust Story 

THA is a national provider of housing, support and care services, offering over 3,600 homes and a range of support services.

Originally called Kirk Care, we were set up in 1973 by members of the Church of Scotland as part of a philanthropic movement, opening our first scheme in Bearsden.

THA has been providing exceptional customer service and caring for people for almost 50 years, and has evolved into a contemporary, forward-thinking, and nationally regarded organisation.

The Scottish Housing Regulator, Care Inspectorate, and Scottish Charities Regulator monitor Trust, a not-for-profit registered social landlord (OSCR). We are a nationwide company and one of Scotland's major housing, support and care providers, providing a range of housing and support services across the country. Trust was founded in 1973 and has since expanded to over 3,600 residences.

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Making a difference 

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Their Purpose 

To make a positive difference in the lives of their customers and the communities they serve. They do that by providing affordable homes and services that improve people's lives and offer independence and choice. 

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Their Values

Believe in Better

  • Strive to make every experience exceptional 
  • Think commercially and compassionately to deliver exceptional value 
  • Make every decision and action a responsible one; compliment, ethical, respectful and good for our planet.
  • Strive for simplicity and be data-led. 
  • Make incremental improvements.

Here for Each Other 

  • Be kind, listen closely, trust and be trusted.
  • Welcome partnerships and collaborations. 
  • Promote inclusivity and embrace diversity. 

Love to Learn

  • Be curious to try, fail and learn.
  • Commit to developing yourself 
  • Take pride in contributing. 
  • Take the lead. 
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Their Culture

Trust is an organisation that has never stood still. They've embraced change and they place no limits on learning. They're expanding their skills and experience, confidence, ambition and capacity to trust, support and care for each other. They work hard to create exceptional experiences that help colleagues and customers to live well. That's why they seek out individual potential and throw the doors open to opportunity. Because the growth of their business means growth for everyone.

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