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Faiths in Action

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Faiths in Action was a £4 million grant programme supporting faith and inter faith projects, distributed over two years in two rounds of funding.

Faiths in Action supported local projects and activities, and was open to faith, inter faith, voluntary and community sector organisations at national, regional and local levels in England.

The Community Development Foundation (CDF) has published its final evaluation report on the Faiths in Action programme, which presents positive solutions to achieving community integration. Purchase the Faiths in Action final evaluation report, Faiths in Action final report

About Faiths in Action

Faiths in Action supported local projects and activities, and was open to faith, inter faith, voluntary and community sector organisations at national, regional and local levels in England. Four priorities of Faiths in Action, from the Government’s framework Face to Face and Side by Side:

A. Developing the confidence and skills to “bridge” and “link”
B. Supporting shared spaces for interaction and social action
C. Developing structures and processes which support dialogue and social action
D. Improving opportunities for learning which build understanding