Power to Change is a Charitable Trust operating in England, created in 2015 with a £150 million endowment from the Big Lottery Fund. The trust is solely concerned with supporting Community Businesses in England over a ten-year period, after which it will cease operating. The trust's ultimate goal for its funding to lead to ‘better places through community business’, reflecting their belief that community businesses contribute more than just economic impact but can also lead to greater community cohesion and appetite for community-led development.

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  • Power to Change is a Charitable Trust operating in England, created in 2015 with a £150 million endowment from the Big Lottery Fund. The trust is solely concerned with supporting Community Businesses in England over a ten-year period, after which it will cease operating. The trust's ultimate goal for its funding to lead to ‘better places through community business’, reflecting their belief that community businesses contribute more than just economic impact but can also lead to greater community cohesion and appetite for community-led development. (en)
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  • Power to Change is a Charitable Trust operating in England, created in 2015 with a £150 million endowment from the Big Lottery Fund. The trust is solely concerned with supporting Community Businesses in England over a ten-year period, after which it will cease operating. The trust's ultimate goal for its funding to lead to ‘better places through community business’, reflecting their belief that community businesses contribute more than just economic impact but can also lead to greater community cohesion and appetite for community-led development. (en)
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  • Power to Change Trust (en)
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