The Matthew Tree Project is a member of the CSJ Poverty Fighter’s Alliance (London).
The Alliance ensures the insights of small organisations working on the ground with Britain’s most vulnerable are taken on board by policy makers in central and local government.
Tens of thousands of people working and volunteering in charities, or as carers, across the UK, know first hand the challenges faced by people struggling on low income, to overcome debt, addictions, to come to terms with family breakdown, and the complexity of issues that keep people trapped in poverty.
The Alliance of diverse groups across the UK tackling head-on a variety of issues ensure these insights are used to inform policy makers of all parties that legislation would encourage, not dampen, the efforts of these organisations.
The Centre for Social Justice is an independent British cross party political think-tank set up to concentrate on finding and supporting new and innovative grass-roots approaches to fighting the root causes of poverty in the UK.
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