Areas of Work

As Christians we want to tackle injustice and social inequality. The Together Network is driven by local needs and aims to bring about positive change in neighbourhoods.

Our work is focused in seven key areas.

We want our communities to flourish and enjoy life in all its fullness. But, of course, every community is different, and the changes people are looking for will be different…
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Churches are ideally placed to tackle loneliness and isolation in their parishes, because fellowship is part of their DNA. Across England the Together Network is working in partnership with churches…
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The number of homeless in England increases year-on-year, and the statistics just don’t seem to get better. The Together Network works in communities organising night shelters and drop-in sessions to…
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In the UK, food banks are on the rise, with many people struggling to afford the food they need. And this issue affects young and old. We work in communities…
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Although awareness of mental health has improved in recent years, those affected with mental health problems are still likely to be misunderstood and isolated in their communities. And poor funding…
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In communities across England, the Together Network is striving to dispel some of the myths and prejudice surrounding the arrival of refugees and asylum seekers. At local level we focus…
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People experiencing financial distress, particularly those on low incomes, are often reluctant to talk about their problems or seek help. And the complexity of different financial products, and the benefits…
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The human cost of modern slavery is enormous, affecting individuals (men, women and children) as well as communities. The Church of England’s Clewer Initiative is a means to help churches…
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