Working With You

  • APPG on Faith and Society

    Working with a cross-party group of Parliamentarians, we have drafted the Faith Covenant–a set of principles to encourage local authorities and faith groups and organisations to work closer together for the benefit of their local community. Learn how you could help introduce these principles in your area.

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  • Consultations

    We believe that faith-based and community organisations need to offer their local knowledge on national issues. These consultations–from Government, statutory bodies, and national organisations–are the perfect way to have your voice be heard.

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  • Faith and Dementia

    There are 850,000 people living with dementia in the UK – a number expected to rise to over a million by 2025. Given the scale of the issue, many people who are part of faith communities will be affected either directly or indirectly. At the same time, faith communities have something important to offer. Not only can they help support people living with dementia and their carers – they can also help to prevent dementia from developing in the first place by promoting social interaction and healthy lifestyles.

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  • Faith and Work

    It’s not unusual for faith groups to not realise that they are considered employers too–often with many volunteers or part-time staff to their name. To consider the health and wellbeing of those that work for you is your duty–but it is also an opportunity to ensure they are able to unleash their full potential and help you carry out your mission more effectively.

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  • FaithLab

    We know that faith-based organisations offer solutions to local needs around the country–and that this work often goes unnoticed. With FaithLab, we aim to identify this work and collect evidence of its worth, which can be used to influence further policy development across the country.

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  • Health and Care

    Built on our membership in Department of Health’s Health and Social Care Strategic Partnership, our Faith Health Portal is a collection of useful resources from across the sector–aimed at giving faith groups and organisations the means to tackle health issues in their local community through both intervention and prevention.

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  • Language

    If you can’t speak the language, you can’t join in! That’s why we developed our Creative English programme–an innovative approach that uses locally-sourced volunteers to lead soap opera styled everyday scenarios that teach conversational English through engaging and fun activities. See how you can run Creative English for your community today!

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