We focus our work on a number of key locations across England, helping to develop positive relationships in specific multi-faith areas, whilst also supporting and resourcing the growth of new projects.
Our key locations are managed and supported by local hubs, acting as focal points for Near Neighbours activity. A local co-ordinator in each hub connects with and resources local projects, developing the work of the programme at a grassroots level and feeding into our national strategy.
Start a project with Near Neighbours.
The ten hubs.
If you run a project or want to start one in a community covered by one of our local hubs, contact your local co-ordinator to find out how Near Neighbours can support you.
Near Neighbours offers small grants between £250 and £5,000, as seed funding for local groups and organisations who are working to bring together neighbours, developing relationships across diverse faiths and ethnicities in order to improve their communities.
If you are working in the specific areas covered by our nine hubs, you could be eligible for a small grant. Take a look at your local hub page to check eligibility and learn more about our small grants and funding criteria.