Working in partnership with:
Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government
Department of Health and Social Care
Public Health England
We want to highlight the fantastic work that faith communities have been doing throughout the pandemic, supporting the mental health of their communities.
On Thursday 26th November, FaithAction held a three-part virtual conference that explored themes of faith and social cohesion, the role of faith during the current crisis and looked forward to the role of faith in the future, with a range of speakers from Government, faith and beyond.
Join us on Wednesday 10th March at 11am for the next in our series of weekly hour-long online chats!
This week, we’ll be looking at how faith groups have been supporting care homes.
We’re collating advice and guidance for faith groups and communities regarding the coronavirus.
Introducing our recommendations for how social prescribing can achieve its aim by involving faith-based provision.
Our Faith Manifesto contains five proposals aimed at politicians, policy makers and funders with the aim of securing stronger partnerships between government and faith groups.
Our new report highlights just some of the ways in which faith groups are working to tackle loneliness and isolation and calls for more links between faith groups and other organisations as part of a national drive to end loneliness.
We’re a proud member of the VCSE Health and Wellbeing Alliance, a partnership between the voluntary sector and the health and care system to provide voice and improve health and wellbeing for all communities.
Join the programme that’s already helped over 6,500 people learn conversational English skills through fun and engaging drama-based sessions!
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