The projects we engage in benefit many individuals, groups, and organizations whose work and collaboration are all needed to create change over time. Yet limits on funding, staffing, or time prevent community awareness and collaboration from happening.
By providing replicable, story-based films and pilot-tested programmes we make it easy for individuals and communities to raise this awareness and collaborate towards a single achievable goal, leaving front-line community organizations to focus on the work they do best.
How are we supported?
Our aim is to ultimately provide information and materials for free to the public. We will achieve this when we have enough partner organisations and sponsors to make that a reality. In the meantime, we charge fees for our products, training, consulting and workshop delivery and seek funding and sponsorships from grants, individual donations and corporate partners.
We are a registered company with Companies House and with the Community Investment Corporation Registrars Office (CIC), which means that we are in the business of doing good. Our work is for community benefit and our not for profit status ensures that all funds received are part of an ‘asset-locked’ not for profit organization so they are re-invested in the work we do.