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What makes FaithAction different as a network: FaithAction has adopted a Solution Focused approach to all work.
FaithAction recognises that not all policies that the Government put out or suggest are right for everyone or the answer to every organisations problems. However, FaithAction works to an ethos of being a solution focused network. FaithAction will play a critical friend role to Government when it is needed, however with every suggestion, FaithAction aims to have a solution.
What do FaithAction members do?
FaithAction network now has over 1000 members. It is a broad network, made up of established providers of public services and those who are aspiring to have greater impact on their communities. It includes organisations who would be described as faith based, those who represent Faiths and Third sector organisations who are working with faith communities and passionate community organisations. Members are committed to social action and this is expressed through a variety of means including community programmes, social enterprises and public service provision.
Although the concentration of members is in Greater London and West Midlands, there are FaithAction members in every English region with some representation in the wider UK.
What can I expect from being a member?
To become a member of FaithAction is currently free. If you become a member you can expect:
How do I become a member?
To become a member is simple and free. Just click on the 'Register' button in the top right of your screen and complete your information.
Who is in the FaithAction advisory group and what’s their role?
FaithAction has formed an Advisory Group which will provide input and expertise to the activity and direction of the network. The Group is made up of stakeholders including members, Government Department policy leads and the founding partners.
Where are FaithAction based?
FaithAction’s national office is based in London. The team include the National Executive Director Daniel Singleton and the National Coordinator Felicity Smith. Their contact number is 0845 094 6350