We heard about the Nesta Good Help movement in early Summer 2018. Here was an approach that resonated with much of our work - they recognised the importance of individuals being supported to identify their own sense of purpose, saw the importance of power sharing, and focused on strengths, not deficits. 

We were successful in being shortlisted to the final 19 charities from across the country and are excited about being part of a wider movement that recognises the need for a change in how we tackle social and health inequalities. 

The video above was made as part of the selection process with Liz and Bob talking about where the inspiration for the FfC came from.