Funders and supporters
Our stakeholders and funders include:
Since the launch of the Suffolk Information Partnership, Home-Start have been part of this important initiative. The Suffolk Information Partnership is a network of organisations supporting people in Suffolk with information and services around care, health and wellbeing. This partnership ensures that when working with families we are able to confidently sign-post to other partners and agencies to ensure the family are accessing all the support services they need.
Funder and friends
Specialises in preventative, community-based services, giving people the stability, support and challenge, which is often required in order to enable them to realise their full potential.
Public Health managing Suffolk Infolink, Suffolk’s online directory of community information, local clubs, societies, community and voluntary organisations, childcare providers and services.
Suffolk Family Carers provides a countywide unhurried information, advice and guidance service (either telephone or face to face) to family carers of all ages; caring for someone with a physical disability, mental health condition, autism and substance misuse.
Ipswich Housing Action Group is a registered charity actively supporting those at risk of homelessness. The Chapman Centre provides a daily point of human contact as a hub for social interaction, practical support and engaging advice. Money Advice Service offers free and practical financial guidance.
Health and social care champions.
If you use GPs and hospitals, dentists, pharmacies, care homes or other services, Healthwatch want to hear about your experiences because they can use them to shape, influence and improve local care whilst helping people to find reliable and trustworthy information and advice.
(CAS) is the ‘go to’ organisation for Voluntary, Community & Social Enterprise (VCSE) organisations in Suffolk. They support organisations in the sector to enable them to operate more effectively. They provide a voice for organisations and groups who may not otherwise be heard and represent their interests to the private and public sectors.
St Elizabeth Hospice improves life for people in East Suffolk, Great Yarmouth and Waveney living with a progressive or life-limiting illness. Their work is centred on an individual’s needs, which means specialist support, whenever and wherever it is needed, whether at home, in the community or at the hospice. Through medicine and therapy we ease pain; they give life purpose and make life liveable.
NHS Suffolk and North East Essex Integrated Care Board (ICB) plan and buy healthcare services for a population of over one million people.
They work in close partnership with local government, healthcare, community and voluntary organisations and residents. Only by working together can they achieve the best possible health outcomes for our communities.