Power to Change are committed to supporting community businesses to play their role in the fairer, greener economy.
Power to Change responds to the publication of the Government’s Levelling Up White Paper.
Power to Change responds to the House of Commons Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Committee’s high streets report.
Power to Change responds to the Fan Led Review of Football Governance
How will COP26 encourage community climate action? Will Walker, our climate action manager, blogs from COP26.
The public, and older voters especially, are extremely sceptical about the likely impact of the government’s levelling up agenda in their community.
Power to Change recently commissioned a study on the value that volunteers contributed to community businesses. In this blog, Sarah Thelwall describes some of the findings that might be useful for community businesses.
Following on from the progress update of Empowering Places in January of this year, Bonnie Hewson shares a roundup of our learning to date.
We are seeking proposals from organisations with great ideas that will help to transform the sector, making it more resilient and sustainable for the long term.
Community business Covid-19 diaries give us a window in to how these diverse organisations and their communities coped and responded to the crisis.
Moving towards equity, how will we at Power to Change address the diversity, equity and inclusion recommendations from our latest report?
If government is serious about levelling up, it must put communities in the lead .
This new report explores why the government must abandon its centralised Westminster-led approach to ‘Levelling Up’ or risk failure from outset.
New research report launches five key commitments to support minoritised ethnic communities.
Community businesses strengthen local economies and enrich the fabric of society. They bring people together to improve their local areas, often operating in low-income areas while supporting our most vulnerable groups.
Meeting the grantees using their grants to support their communities through the Covid-19 crisis.
What do we mean by ‘better places’? Can community businesses really transform their local areas?
Programme manager Bonnie Hewson reflects on the progress of the programme