Greater Manchester is part of the Changing Futures programme. This is a £64 million initiative between Government and The National Lottery Community Fund, testing innovative approaches to improving outcomes for people experiencing multiple disadvantage in fifteen areas across England. The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) has commissioned a consortium led by CFE Research to evaluate the Changing Futures programme.

The evaluation team are running a survey of people working and volunteering in our local system of support for people experiencing multiple disadvantage. If this applies to you, you are encouraged to complete this survey to help the evaluators understand the impact of the programme in bringing about changes to services and local systems of support for people experiencing multiple disadvantage.

The survey is for people from all organisations and in all roles, and you do not need knowledge of the Changing Futures programme or related work to complete the survey. It seeks your views on local understanding, attitudes, culture and practice in services for people experiencing multiple disadvantage and not your insight into the programme itself. The more local staff and volunteers that respond to the survey the better the quality and value of the findings will be.

The survey is mostly tick box questions and should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.

Access the survey here

The closing date for completing the survey is Friday 9th September 2022.