Our Work

Transformation Cornwall strengthens faith based social action in Cornwall by:

  1. Providing conferences and workshops giving networking, support and information through our 'Meet the Funders' programme.
  2. Supporting individual groups and organisations through our 1:1 work to inspire, inform and signpost.
  3. Strengthening links between faith based and mainstream organisations.
One of the ways that Transformation Cornwall delivers its mission is by working in partnership with Truro Diocese on our Meet the Funders programme.
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We work ecumenically, supporting individuals and organisations through our 1:1 to inspire, inform and signpost.
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Transformation Cornwall strengthens links between faith based and mainstream organisations.We put people with people and that is where the 'Transformation' often occurs. Supporting large conferences around a key issue, gathering…
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“Every human being is a free person destined to live for the good of others in equality and fraternity. Every person, and all people, are equal and must be accorded the same freedom and the same dignity.” Pope Francis Declaration on International Day for the Abolition of Slavery Caritas Plymouth will be holding their fourth event looking at Modern Slavery and Trafficking on Saturday 7 March 2020. The event will be led by Bishop Mark O’Toole and include speakers from Border Force, the Medaille Trust and Apostleship of the Sea. The event will be held on Saturday 7 March 2020 from 10.30 a.m. – 3.15 p.m.at St Boniface College, Plymouth. It is free and includes a buffet lunch. Booking is essential at: caritas@prcdtr.org.uk
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