All of our work is undertaken in collaboration with other partners and stakeholders from local faith communities to national organisations, we believe that sharing resources with everyone involved encourages cooperation and lays the foundation for sustainable action.
Depending on the project and geographical location, our range of partners changes ... although some such as the Environment Agency and Merseyside Waste Disposal Authority have been supportive of our work since the beginning (2004) ...............
Current partners include;
Asylum Link Merseyside
Asylum Link is an organisation dedicated to assisting Asylum Seekers and Refugees and to raising public awareness around Refugee issues. Faiths4Change has events as ALM through e.g. our Faiths4Food-project.
Building Bridges in Burnley
Situated in an area of Burnley in which 8-9% of the population is of Asian heritage, mostly of the Islamic faith, Building Bridges in Burnley has gained local and national recognition for promoting social cohesion through inter-faith initiatives. BBB very kindly provides us with a Burnley office base.
Diocese of Liverpool
The Diocese of Liverpool: very kindly provides us with an office base in St James' House.
The Environment Agency are an Executive Non-departmental Public Body responsible to the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and a Welsh Government Sponsored Body responsible to the Minister for Environment and Sustainable Development.
Their 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.
Merseytravel is the local government body which works with coordinating public transport in partnership with private rail and bus operators to provide public transport in Merseyside.
Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority
Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority undertakes the waste disposal functions for the Merseyside local authorities.
United Utilities supplies 3.2 million households in the North West with water and sanitation-systems.
Voluntary and Community Action Wirral (VCAW) is Wirral's network of voluntary and not-for-profit groups, services and organisations.