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A new programme by Power to Change and the British Academy will help to better understand how social infrastructure approaches can contribute to the government’s levelling up agenda.
Power to Change’s Ailbhe McNabola responds to the Queen’s Speech 2022 and what the proposed Bills mean for communities.
Power to Change’s Nick Plumb is appointed to government task force tackling high street decline.
Twine apps, developed by Power to Change to help support community businesses with their admin, workflows and data collection, are entering their next phase under new ownership.
Community businesses in the Liverpool City Region can apply for business mentoring and support thanks to a new programme being delivered by The Women’s Organisation.
New report reveals a decade of accelerating shop closures and calls for a new fund to help local people secure property on the high street.
CORE – a consortium of community solar farms – has secured £31m refinancing. This landmark investment pioneers institutional financing into the community renewable energy sector.
A new partnership between the North of Tyne Combined Authority (NTCA) and Power to Change will provide a £4 million boost for community businesses in North East England.
Sarah Gorman, Melissa Mean and Jess Steele OBE have all joined the board of Power to Change, the charitable trust strengthening community business to tackle some of society’s biggest challenges.
Power to Change are committed to supporting community businesses to play their role in the fairer, greener economy.
After seven years, Vidhya Alakeson is leaving her role as Chief Executive of Power to Change to take up a new position as Director of External Relations for Keir Starmer, Leader of the Labour Party, in March.
Power to Change responds to the publication of the Government’s Levelling Up White Paper.
Community Business Market in 2021 report shows thriving sector provides economic and social boost despite the pandemic.
Power to Change responds to the House of Commons Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Committee’s high streets report.
A brand-new programme supporting community enterprise leaders in the North East of England and across Yorkshire & Humberside to build their skills and confidence to continue playing a vital role supporting communities.