Our Partnerships

Our relationship with multiple services within Torfaen County Borough Council has enabled us to support the most vulnerable and at-risk clients. Their homeless team work tirelessly to ensure that the growing homelessness in our communities are met with and housed as quickly as possible. It is then they contact us.

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We then work alongside Building Resilient Communities to access grants for white goods and we provide the essential household items so desperately needed such as a bed, bedding, crockery, a microwave, kettle, and toaster. These items may not seem like much to many but to the few, these are items are everything.

TRAC2 has worked closely with Bron Afon for over eight years. Over 70% of our clients are Bron Afon tenants or go on to be a Bron Afon tenant when they leave emergency, temporary accommodation. In 2020, Bron Afon presented TRAC2 with a van. This van has enabled us to grow our team. We welcomed two new collection and delivery operatives that work alongside their line-manager Rebecca and Sue to help co-ordinate a faster, cost effective, and productive way to deliver our service.


TRAC2 has worked in partnership with Melin for over six years. The partnership has gone from strength to strength providing essential items to their tenants, but we also work together to discover solutions that may not be within the housing associations remit such as the School Uniform project that we also worked alongside Bron Afon and Abersychan Comprehensive School to deliver.

TRAC2 has worked closely with BlueWatch New Inn Fire Brigade for the last few years. Andrew Mapp, Chief, has been instrumental in collecting and donating Christmas presents and hampers for families and every year, their generosity and support grows. They are also extremely diligent with our vulnerable residents, ensuring they have safe smoke alarms, carbon monoxide detectors and extension leads.


Trussel Trust and TRAC2 have worked in tandem for many years. Our ideals to stop UK hunger align perfectly. We believe that everyone has a right to a meal and the fact that this is even needed is still baffling. Wales has seen a dramatic increase in child poverty levels over the last few years.