To have a greater impact across Great Britain we work with partners to act on the causes of health inequalities.
Supporting the mental health of grassroots VCS workers
Our report, “We were absolutely invisible: the impact of Covid-19 on the mental health of grassroots voluntary and community sector workers” shows that demand for mental health support from grassroots charities has soared in the last two years and that those charities’ own workers are on the brink of burnout. The pressure felt by these grassroots charities means there is a risk that a key part of the community mental health support system could collapse. We believe a co-ordinated strategy for voluntary and community sector (VCS) workers is needed urgently and is crucial to upholding this system. We are inviting other funders to come together to talk about a possible collaboration to consider our collective responsibility to this issue. Read more
Community Wealth Fund Alliance
The Community Wealth Fund Alliance (CWFA) is a group of over 600 organisations set up to call for the establishment of a Community Wealth Fund to
invest in the most ‘left behind’ neighbourhoods across England. 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.
Funders for Race Equality Alliance
The Funders for Race Equality Alliance is a network of funding organisations committed to addressing racial inequalities in systems and communities in the UK. The Trust submits data as part of the racial justice audit tool. Read more.
People's Health Trust is a founding member of Health Equals - a group of people and organisations who want equal opportunity for health and wellbeing, for everyone. 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.
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