Fusion21 Foundation Invests in Powerful New Research Report Launched by Child Poverty Action Group
The Fusion21 Foundation is passionate about funding research aimed at finding new solutions to complex societal challenges, and we’re delighted to have invested in a brand-new research report launched today by Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG).
Shining a spotlight on the experiences of people with mental health problems when navigating the social security system and with a focus on universal credit, this powerful piece of research addresses an important issue and area of interest for many Fusion21 member organisations who are working in communities.
Jo Hannan, Fusion21 Foundation Manager said: “As a foundation, one of our strategic priorities is to help tackle deprivation across the UK and we hope the findings and recommendations from this report will pave the way for positive change, benefiting individuals and families across the country. This research will also be of specific relevance to colleagues working in financial inclusion services, reflecting their collective experiences while informing the vital work they do within communities.”