To have a greater impact across Great Britain we work with partners to act on the causes of health inequalities.

Building Back Better

We are members of the Build Back Better Movement calling for a COVID-19 recovery that prioritises people and tackles inequality, invests in our NHS and creates a robust, shockproof economy. Read more.

Community Wealth Alliance Fund

The Community Wealth Fund Alliance (CWFA) is a group of over 450 organisations calling for the establishment of a Community Wealth Fund to invest in the most ‘left behind’ neighbourhoods across England. The funders of the Alliance are Tudor Trust, Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales, Friends Provident Foundation, John Ellerman Foundation, People’s Health Trust, NCVO and Local Trust.
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Collaboration for Wellbeing and Health

The Collaboration for Wellbeing and Health aims to place action to address the social determinants of health at the heart of policy and practice in the UK. People’s Health Trust is one of 11 founding members. Read more

COVID-19 Other Front Line

We are members of the Other Front Line, an international network of organisations which aims to give voice to the millions of people bearing the brunt of poverty and inequalities being exacerbated by the pandemic. Read more.

Inequalities in Health Alliance

IHA is a coalition of nearly 80 organisations calling for a strategy to address health inequalities and for the use the socio-economic duty, section 1 of the Equality Act 2010, to address health inequalities, and to adopt a ‘child health in all policies’ approach. Read more.

The Living Wage Foundation

The Trust is a principle partner of the Living Wage Foundation and member of the Living Wage Advisory Council, and we currently fund Living Wage Places. The Trust also co-developed the Living Wage Funders Scheme to help end low pay in the voluntary and community sector. Read more

University of Central Lancaster (UCLAN)

UCLAN support our Local Conversations programme by working with individual Local Conversations around Great Britain.

We also work with other partners on our programme evaluations.

We’re Right Here

The Trust is supporting the We’re Right Here campaign. This national campaign is driven by community leaders and is calling on Parliament to pass a Community Power Act. Read more.