The Ron Todd Foundation understands the struggles of poverty and social injustice. We know what creating meaningful connections, which draw on the principles of the trade union movement are part of the solution.
Looking back to fight forward is a campaign that combines practical hand on action with building resilience.
We are seeking to raise funds to develop Ron Todd Hubs, and expand our training programme.
Ron's words are as relevant today as they were when they were first said. invite us to share Ron's words, speeches & poetry at venues where he spoke.
Ron Todd Houses have been at the heart of the organisation. We are now seeking Individuals, branches, organisations to sign up to share skills, space & Solidarity - to be part of a connected community.
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You can book a place on one of our accredited courses.
£85 per participant OR £50 for affiliated supporters
McKenzie Friendship: A tool in the battle to prevent evictions
Soul Sowing: A walkshop. A navigational aid for people in complex times. A powerful, innovative tool that helps reboot thinking, set new directions and unlock ideas.
Happify: Exploring skills & science behind happiness, Gratitude & kindness.
Crafting Stories: where craft & activism meet and create Great things.
Street Solidarity: connecting social theory with real world action.
Stand UP: a philosophical enquiry around representation. Creating space for practical solidarity
We are looking for 500 branches to build a long term relationship with. who are able to donate £500 for 5 years for the purpose of supporting people who are living in poverty, to help fight social injustice and to create hubs of Hope; spaces that up-skill and create meaningful connections.
In return we offer you / your branch / organisation the chance to participate each year in one of our solidaritY education courses.
7218 people walked through our doors
1835 parcels of solidarity delivered
692 received online support
Can you help us in our work fighting poverty and social injustice?