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The Frontline Network has three new openings to join its Partner Community!

The Frontline Network has three new openings to join its Partner Community!

The Frontline Network has three new openings to join its Partner Community!

Thursday, January 28, 2021

We're excited to announce that we have THREE new opportunities for organisations to join our Partner Community and facilitate local networks in Northern Ireland and England! First stage applications close 5pm on Thursday 11th March 2021.

We have;

  • Two opportunities for organisations to join our partner community in England!

(We are really interested in hearing from organisations based in South Yorkshire, who would like to continue our South Yorkshire Frontline Network).

  • One opportunity to join our Partner community and host our first Frontline Network local Network in Northern Ireland!

Please see here for full details about this opportunity. Our stage 1 application form is included within this.

Find out about the impact of our work in our 2016-19 Impact Report 

This is a two-stage application process. Our first stage is an expression of interest. This application closes at 5pm on Thursday 11th March 2021.

We are really keen to have applications from a broad range of Charities and constituted organisations working in the voluntary, public and statutory sectors with people experiencing homelessness. Applications can be for local networks that are either geographical (based in a certain area) or have a thematic focus.

We currently have two thematic networks. Mayday Trust facilitate the Personal Transitions Service Frontline Network and Praxis Community Projects facilitate the Pan-London Migrant Frontline Network.

Our other local networks are geographical and bring together frontline staff working with people experiencing homelessness across their local areas in England, Scotland and Wales. Please see here for further details.

As a Partner, you will setup and facilitate a local network in your area. This will provide opportunities for frontline staff working in the voluntary, statutory and public sectors to regularly come together; to network, share expertise/ experience and link to decision makers. 

If you would like to chat to us before submitting an application, or have any questions, please feel free to contact Amanda Bennett, Partnerships Manager on Amanda.bennett@stmartinscharity.org.uk or 07724 561072.

Many thanks and we look forward to hearing from you soon!

The Frontline Network Team


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