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Our Partners

All of our work is undertaken in collaboration with partners and stakeholders from local communities, faith communities and organisations from all sectors. We build partnerships around shared values, dialogue and mutual understanding; working with partners who embrace many perceptions and aspirations, within and beyond faith communities. We believe that sharing resources with everyone involved encourages cooperation and lays the foundation for sustainable action.

“I work in communities where there are lots of people whose default setting in life is one of failure. But it seems to me that Faiths4Change bring a touch of magic to what they do. It lifts people out of the rut and helps them to start believing in themselves.”

Our partners include;

Diocese of Liverpool logoDiocese of Liverpool
The Diocese of Liverpool have supported our work through kindly providing us with an office base in St James' House since our inception in 2004.

ALM logoAsylum Link Merseyside
ALM work tirelessly to assist Asylum Seekers and Refugees who have been placed in Liverpool and are dedicated to raising public awareness around AS & R issues. Faiths4Change have worked in partnership with Asylum Link across projects for many years; from our Better Lives project which supported women to gain skills, confidence and friendship, through to our Let's Live Well course that improves health and language through delicious cookery workshops.

EPP logoEnergy Projects Plus
Works to advance the education of the public about energy efficiency and other environmental initiatives, including the alleviation of fuel poverty and the minimisation of waste produced by electricity generating stations through the promotion of energy efficiency.

EA logoEnvironment Agency
The Environment Agency principal aims are to protect and improve the environment, and to promote sustainable development. The EA play a central role in delivering the environmental priorities of central government and the Welsh Government through our functions and roles. We worked with the EA for the past three years, using our creative community based approach, to raise awareness of and mitigate flood risk in Bolton, Bury and Rochdale.

MRWA logoMerseyside Recycling and Waste Authority
Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority undertakes the waste disposal functions for the Merseyside local authorities. Through support from the MRWA Community Fund we have been able to work across Merseyside to engage residents with the 'reduce, reuse, recycle' message through creative and participatory projects.

St.Leonards logoSt. Leonards Youth and Community Centre
A lively and connected community centre in the heart of Bootle, south Sefton. We are working closely with this food bank to deliver complimentary health & wellbeing projects, growing cooking skills to improve both nutrition and confidence.

TWW logoTomorrow's Women Wirral
Tomorrow's Women Wirral is a female only, safe space based in Birkenhead on the St Laurence’s School site. TWW is a project for ALL women in the community. One of its principal aims is to help women with any issues they may have in order to prevent offending and divert women from custody.