Trust First: Lessons From Running a Solidarity Fund
The SE15 Community Fund was established in May 2020, as a response to the financial difficulties people were experiencing during the pandemic and a requirement to fund the needs of local mutual aid efforts. The administrators share the principles they hold to, the dilemmas along the way and plans for the future.
Interview with Lucie Stephens, helping to expand the options for co-operative childcare in the UK
Tell us about what been working on: There is currently a crisis in childcare in the UK. There’s a lack of choice or influence for parents, there’s an increasing number of parents having to work longer hours to pay for their children’s care and then they have limited access to what’s going on. This is in stark contrast to my…
Scallywags – a parent partnership nursery
A co-operative model of childcare where parents and professionals are working in partnership.