Community Renewal: Lifting Neighbourhoods Together has received funding from The National Lottery Community Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK.
They are proud to award money raised by National Lottery players to communities across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
They are passionate about funding great ideas that matter to communities and make a difference to people’s lives. At the heart of everything they do is the belief that when people are in the lead, communities thrive. Thanks to the support of National Lottery players, their funding is open to everyone. They support the smallest of local groups right up to UK-wide charities, enabling people and communities to bring their ambitions to life.Visit website
Sheffield Hallam’s CRESR are a leading UK applied policy research and evaluation centre.
CRESR and Sonnet are working with Community Renewal and Building Futures East to evaluate, and provide learning support to the Lifting Neighbourhood Together (LNT) programme.
They have established a comprehensive framework to support and evaluate Community Renewal and Building Futures East’s work – to engage, and reorganise existing resources and public services around residents so that they can lift themselves out of poverty.
The evaluation will assess progress in lifting the two neighbourhoods out of poverty. Establishing the contribution of, and value created by, the Lifting Neighbourhoods Together approach. As well as providing evidence and learning to support other neighbourhoods to adopt a Lifting Neighbourhoods Together approach themselves.Visit website
Sonnet is a consultancy supporting all organisations wanting to create impact. It provides financial, strategic, design, mergers and acquisitions and research services. They work within communities, with people disadvantaged by their circumstances, with children and young people, within health and care settings, in housing, in leisure and the arts, and much more besides.
It brings together people who’ve worked in financial and economic advisory, social research, corporate finance, enterprise, and strategic management and development. Their strength is in their diversity: blending perspectives and strengths to work on the issues that matter most to them and their clients; thriving on challenge; and responding to multiple viewpoints.
Sonnet is an associate of Sheffield Hallam University’s Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research
Sonnet has joined Lifting Neighbourhoods Together as learning partners.Visit website
The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations (TIHR) applies social science to contemporary issues and problems. It was established as a not for profit organisation with charitable purpose in 1947.
The Institute is engaged with evaluation and action research, organisational development and change consultancy, executive coaching and professional development, all in service of supporting sustainable change and ongoing learning.
They are one of the learning partners of Lifting Neighbourhoods TogetherVisit website
The Edinburgh Health and Social Care Partnership is responsible for delivering community and bed-based health and social care services for adults in Edinburgh.
The Partnership is made up of over 5,000 colleagues employed by both The City of Edinburgh Council and NHS Lothian, who work in health centres, GP Practices, community hospitals, care homes, nursing homes and communities across the city.
EHSCP are participating in Lifting Neighbourhoods Together by donating the time of their Community Navigator.Visit website
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is responsible for welfare, pensions and child maintenance policy. As the UK’s biggest public service department it administers the State Pension and a range of working age, disability and ill health benefits to around 20 million claimants and customers.
They are participating in Lifting Neighbourhoods Together by donating the time of their Disability & Health Employment AdvisorVisit website
As one of the largest property management organisations in the region, Your Homes Newcastle create great places where people can be proud to live.
They provide high quality homes together with person-centred customer support.
They are participating in Lifting Neighbourhoods Together by donating the time of their Support and Progression OfficerVisit website
Newcastle is a great city – one that never stands still and Newcastle City Council is passionate about making a difference to the city and its residents.
The council have joined Lifting Neighbourhoods Together and are donating the expertise of their Adult and Social Care team as well as sharing learning between both organisationsVisit website
Building Futures East is an organisation that uniquely blends skills, training and social enterprise as a catalyst for positive social change.
They have become leaders and innovators in the field of community regeneration, developing creative solutions that assimilate community, employer and market need in a way that is accessible for all.
They are delivering the Lifting Neighbourhoods Together in Walker
Community Renewal Trust transforms communities by empowering and engaging individuals in community activity to improve their health, learning and employability.
Community Renewal is the founding partner of Lifting Neighbourhoods Together, using tried and tested methodologies that have been developed during their 22 years of working in deprived communities.
They are also delivering the project in Bingham, Magdalene and The Hays.Visit website
Lifting Neighbourhoods Together is about rehumanising the system by changing it in a radical but simple way.
By breaking down the silos that stifle passionate and experienced professionals, we are enabling them to fully support their clients in more holistic and effective ways.
Lifting Neighbourhoods is about really listening to people and being part of a culture that gives you the space to provide the wrap around support people need to thrive.
Whatever your enquiry – we would be delighted to hear from you.