The Social Change Agency
We build powered movements that change the world. We help groups and organisations build the strategies, structures, knowledge and networks they need to make change happen.
We are an expert team of campaigners, communicators, strategy consultants and governance geeks. Between us we’ve launched powerful movements, built innovative networks and led groundbreaking campaigns. We help groups and organisations build the strategies, structures, knowledge and networks they need to make change happen. We offer communications support, research, training and programme design too. We’re innovative. We’re ambitious. And we’re activists at heart. When we identify a gap we devise new tools, techniques and campaigns to accelerate social change. Through The Social Change Nest CIC we’re shaking up the funding landscape. We help fledgling movements find their feet, offer groups a safe way to manage their cash and help funders get their money where it needs to go. Our expert team brings energy, artfulness and unwavering commitment. We’ve collectively won 11 awards and fellowships, and we’re listed in NatWest’s SE100, which recognises the top social enterprises in the UK. We live our values. We’re a BCorp, a Living Wage employer and a Disability Confident employer.
Our vision is to create an entire generation of changemakers, networks and movements who are thriving and changing the world. This means they are using techniques, research and capacity building in a way that reflects healthy, strong networks, movements and leaders. Why? Because we fundamentally believe that networked change is the best way to make the world a better place to be in. The hierarchy, top down approach of traditional institutions is not working. We want to see a change in direction, where organisations provide value and share power in a way that breaks down these barriers and leverages the collective power of people contributing towards a shared goal.
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