Five years ago, Jo Cox delivered her maiden speech in Parliament. Kim Leadbeater, The Jo Cox Foundation's ambassador and Jo's sister, reflecting on how Jo's 'More In Common' message is more important than ever.
Catherine Anderson, director of the Jo Cox Foundation, spoke to German radio station Deutschlandfunk about the work the Connection Coalition is doing with the 300 organisations that have joined the network.
We're delighted to share this inspiring story of connection, highlighting the work of Coalition member The Co-op Foundation and their work with Beyond Words. Beyond Words have been supported by The Co-op Foundation's #iwill Fund to help young people beat loneliness through social action. Read on to find out more and see how young people are making the most of digital connections to tackle loneliness.
Connection Coalition member Facebook hosted a webinar and 1:1 support sessions with Coalition members to share more about the products charities can make use of to maximise their services and impact.
We're delighted to share this inspiring story of connection, highlighting the work of Coalition members The Co-op Foundation and Mencap. Gig Buddies Mencap in Hull and East Riding have been supported by The Co-op Foundation's #iwill Fund to help young people beat loneliness through social action. Read on to find out more and see how young people are making the most of digital connections to tackle loneliness.
Leading mental health organisations have come together to provide, for the first time, a single service to support the millions of key workers who are putting their mental health under pressure as they form our frontline against the coronavirus.
Love thy neighbour: how do we ensure the bonds of community built up through the Covid-19 crisis persist beyond it?
Alex Smith, Founder and CEO, of The Cares Family, wrote this essay as part of the pamphlet Our Other National Debt: Repaying the people we owe the most after coronavirus.
The COVID-19 crisis presents us all with emotional and practical challenges, both personal and professional. Of all these challenges, none is more difficult to face in social isolation than loss, grief and bereavement.
Social connection must become a central pillar of future policy and planning, across sectors, and for the long-term, to manufacture new ways of bringing people together, build social trust, and act as a check and balance against the profound societal shifts taking place.
Thomas Letourneur shares this story about how he stays connected with his grandmother using Famileo’s family newspaper.