Our approach is bottom up. We focus on Early intervention and recognise the need for coordination of all community assets with respect to complex issues.
- Disadvantage is not inevitable. It arises due to systemic barriers to inclusion.
- People with direct experience of disadvantage have the deepest insights into its impact.
- Systemic change occurs by addresing root causes and focusing on prevention rather than crisis
- Everyone has something to give and everyone has something to gain.
- Research and technology can dramatically boost our effectiveness.
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- We listen to the people with experience of disadvantage
- We respond to the needs they identify with small grants
- We build relationships and identify underlying issues
- We introduce donors to the community and inspire engagement
- We track project outcomes and identify underlying trends with data analytics
- We expand our support to larger, longer-term grants
- We connect individual projects to form large networks for systemic change and community
- We build links with research institutions and governments to influence policy and funding structures
Option: diagram showing small->big grants process
Statistical highlights about the how MPF interventions have had 180° impact on certain trends.
Include PRAP statistic –> early intervention results in 86% success rate (check)