Funders And Commissioners

Fund or commission life-changing services

Changing Lives is a recognised expert in our field, and we enjoy a strong reputation for delivering excellent services and positive outcomes. We welcome conversations with statutory or charitable funders and commissioners, about ways in which we can work together to help people change their lives, for good.

Experts in delivering services that change lives

Changing Lives deliver services on behalf of the public sector across England. We provide evidence-based expert services that meet the needs of commissioners, communities and the people that we serve. We understand that commissioners face a range of challenges, including achieving value for money and delivering meaningful and lasting results.

Our services are based on the principles of co-production, identifying needs through peer research, co-produced solutions with the people that use the services and co-delivering interventions that meet their needs.

Funding innovative support

Our life-changing work would not be possible without the financial support of funders and grant-making organisations. The people who use our services have benefited greatly from the generosity of grant-making bodies who have supported Changing Lives to innovate and maintain our services.

If you or your organisation would like to know more about Changing Lives, our work and the impact you can have by providing financial support, please accept our open invitation to visit us and discuss ideas.

 

Evidence-based expertise

Through research and professional practise, Changing Lives maintains an enviable position as experts at the forefront of services for people facing social exclusion as a result of the - often simultaneous - challenges they face. We are committed to sharing our knowledge with fellow professionals and the public, to further people’s understanding of the experiences of people who use our services and the challenges they face. If you are interested in our research and evidence-base, or in commissioning research with Changing Lives then please get in touch.

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