Our strategic goals
To create change, we’re prioritising three areas of work: changing communities, changing policy, and changing minds.
Why these three areas?
From our strategy development work, we believe these three areas interlink together and support one another to create lasting change. The three areas we’re focusing on are like hands (communities), head (policy) and heart (minds). All three are connected but require different skills, actions and approaches. But if the head and heart are disconnected or the hands and head are not collaborating, we’ll be far less effective.
In short, we think that in order to reduce the need for food banks, we need to generate change at person-to-person, social and policy levels for this transformation to last:
How our strategy fits together
If you’d like to discover more about how our strategy fits together, we’ve developed this handy diagram to show how we believe our values, who we work with and what we do all lead to shorter and longer-term changes. Often, this is called ‘a Theory of Change’, and you can download it here.