More than the sum of its parts: H ow innovative partnership working can improve outcomes for families with multiple and complex needs Thomas Guiney Senior Policy and Learning Manager, Big Lottery Fund. Addressing inter-generational disadvantage. The Big Lottery Fund.
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How innovative partnership working can improve outcomes for families with multiple and complex needs
Senior Policy and Learning Manager, Big Lottery Fund
Since June 2004, BIG has awarded over £6 billion to projects supporting health, education, environment and charitable purposes.
BIG are presently managing 17,000 awards
88% of our awards are for £10,000 or less
In 2012/13 we made 12,000 new awards with a total value of £778m.
Over 92% of our funding goes to the “voluntary and community sector
Hierarchy of family strengths
Ranking of family risk factors
Base: 891 families
"Everything seems to have come together, my son and daughter are getting on better and my daughter is getting on better at school. Overall as a family we feel a lot happier".
Up to £165M over the next 10 years