All of our work is undertaken in collaboration with funders, 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.
Rt Revd Paul Bayes, Bishop of Liverpool
It’s a great pleasure and privilege to be Patron of Faiths4Change. I want to support and speak out for all that F4C does to inform, educate and empower people to ensure a future for the earth.
As the Marks of Mission of the Anglican Communion say, we are called by God "To strive to safeguard the integrity of creation, and sustain and renew the life of the earth”. F4C puts this mission at the heart of its work and seeks to unite all people of faith (and indeed all people of goodwill) around it.
The work comes to earth in well thought-through, practical and achievable projects and plans. Everyone can get on board. So I encourage you to explore this website and to find out more about what F4C does and how you can join in!
Diocese of Liverpool
The Diocese of Liverpool has generously provided Faiths4Change with office accommodation since 2004. We are a long term tenant at St James House, Liverpool.
Asylum Link Merseyside
Faiths4Change have worked in partnership with Asylum Link Merseyside for many years. 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. ALM currently works in partnership with Faiths4Change on our joint Allen Lane Foundation funded food growing & cooking wellbeing project.
Merseyside Refugee Support Network
MRSN is working in partnership with Asylum Link Merseyside and Faiths4Change on our joint Allen Lane Foundation funded food growing & cooking wellbeing project; offering bespoke advocacy, advice and welfare support to refugees to reduce the stress and anxiety of their integration into life in Liverpool.
John Moores Foundation
The Foundation aim to enable people who face barriers, as a result of social, educational, physical, economic, cultural, geographical or other disadvantage, to improve their social conditions and quality of life.
The Mersey Forest: Nature4Health
The Mersey Forest is a growing network of woodlands and green spaces across Cheshire and Merseyside, which has been creating 'woodlands on your doorstep' for 25 years.
Finnis Scott Foundation
The Foundation was established under the Will of Lady Scott (Valerie Finnis) in 2006 and the trustees focus their grant-making in the areas of horticulture and plant sciences, as well as fine art and art history.
The Allen Lane Foundation
The Allen Lane Foundation is a grant-making trust which was established in 1966. They aim to make a lasting difference to people's lives, reduce isolation, stigma and discrimination, and to encourage or enable unpopular groups to share in the life of the whole community.
Coop Community Fund
When Coop members shop in the Coop they get 5% in £ value to spend on Coop purchases and can nominate a further 1% to selected local good causes.
Set up a Coop membership and select Faiths4Change as your local good cause. We'll receive 1% towards our project - it doesn't cost Coop members any money and the 1% is only available to local good causes selected.
Registered Charity number: 1138834 Registered Company number: 7201450