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Joint Committee Charities Groups to Fight for Vulnerable People and Service Received

campaigntim
campaigntim Member Posts: 10 Connected
Is there a Joint Committee between Groups / Charities to fight for Vulnerable People / people in general and the Service Received professional standards by Local Authorities Companies etc based on verifiable facts? 

If NOT I want to start one to bring Charities together to bring more clarity and transparency based on verifiable sources to bring intelligent debate

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  • GizmoTiddles
    GizmoTiddles Member Posts: 143 Pioneering
    Hi @campaigntim,
    sorry I can't answer your question due to lack of knowledge.
    But many charities talk to each other or signpost for a client.
    But a joint committee would be a very good idea  ,huge funding I expect ?
    Good luck on your endeavours 
    Cheers 
    Gizmo
  • forgoodnesssake
    forgoodnesssake Member Posts: 406 Pioneering
    There are some consortium type groupings such as the (almost defunct but not quite) Communication Trust, which is a consortium of over 50 charities and not for profit concerned with Speech, language and communication needs in those 0 - 25.  There is also the Council for Disabled Children, Disabled Children's Partnership and probably others.  I realise that these are almost all children focused...I'm sure other people will know of more adult focused or at least whole life groupings?
  • campaigntim
    campaigntim Member Posts: 10 Connected
    i will speak to more people ans see if we can set something up

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