Areas of Work

These are TNT's current key themes for action in Nottinghamshire (see more below or follow the links):

Definitions matter. The way in which we choose to define a problem influences the solution we offer and therefore shapes our engagement with the world around us. The document 'Web of Poverty' sets out Church Urban Fund’s understanding of poverty; what is it and how does it affect people’s lives? It also explains our approach to tackling poverty and how, through our Together Network, we seek to transform the lives of the poorest and most marginalised in England.

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Everyone needs friendship and conversation. Yet we know that loneliness and social isolation are real issues for lots of people in the UK – of all ages. And the number…
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Holiday Hunger

Food Poverty

Food poverty is a day-to-day reality for more and more people in the UK. In Nottingham City, one in five parents say they have skipped meals so their children could…
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Universal Credit

Financial Inclusion

People experiencing financial distress, particularly those on low incomes, are often reluctant to talk about their problems or seek help. And the complexity of different financial products, and the benefits…
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Our work focuses on equipping churches, individuals and communities to offer practical support to asylum seekers and refugees, from information and advice to friendship and community integration. We coordinate a…
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Quite simply, the statistics are staggering. Since 2010, the numbers of rough sleepers in England has increased by 165% and on any given night, 4,677 people are estimated to be…
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