Social action is about people coming together to help improve their lives and solve the problems that are important in their communities. It can include volunteering, giving money, community action or simple neighbourly acts.Through the commitment and skill of citizens, social action can empower communities, help people in need, and complement public services. Taking part in social action is also associated with higher levels of wellbeing, and can improve people’s confidence and skills. Browse this page to find ways to get involved, whether that's through our resources or an advice appointment, and read our news and events listings.
Join us at our workshop to learn about how to effectively lobby and influence during the May 2022 local elections.