Charity ShowcaseThe CSJ Alliance is a 500-strong network of charities, social enterprises and other organisations. This frontline army has the critical experience and expertise of addressing poverty and supporting the most vulnerable people and communities.The CSJ Foundation connects these organisations to researchers and decision-makers to bring their expertise into UK policymaking. With offices across the UK, the CSJ Foundation works with these charities to develop an understanding from the ground up.If you are a charity and can offer frontline insight and can benefit from capacity building training and funding, then we would like to hear from you.Join the Alliance Often the people Jericho support have lived experience of homelessness, mental ill health, addiction, disability, modern slavery or the criminal justice system. In other cases they have struggled with the education system, experienced a difficult home life, or have low confidence and self-esteem. Jericho operates a diverse network of social enterprises and social projects which give people a caring, supportive employer who will give them a chance to succeed in work and in life, and create positive change in their communities. My Cheshire Without Abuse (My CWA) offers targeted and specialist support to local families affected by domestic abuse, mental illness and/or substance misuse. Dedicated key workers partner with local agencies to address the often complex problems these families face. My CWA offer a range of support; crisis accommodation, advice, a 24/7 helpline, recovery and therapeutic programmes for adults and children as well as a behaviour change programme for people who are abusive in their relationships. Football Beyond Borders works with young people from disadvantaged backgrounds who are passionate about football but are not fulfilling their potential at school. By providing support built around relationships and young people’s passions, Football Beyond Borders helps them finish school with the skills and grades to make a successful transition into adulthood. Prison Voicemail makes it easier for people in prison to maintain positive relationships with their families by enabling the exchange of voicemails and messages through existing prison phones and Prison Voicemail app.Vineyard Compassion helps over 5,000 people a year through a range of services including: a drop in café; food and clothing bank; addiction support; debt counselling and money management courses; employment support; and short-term housing.MCR Pathways supports over 2,500 young people in or on the edges of the care system in Scotland by matching them with volunteers who provide personalised and consistent support.Snowdrop was founded and built on the needs of survivors of human trafficking and modern slavery who consistently cited the absence of long-term support from the State. Snowdrop empowers each individual to reclaim their dignity and agency through casework, counselling and community integration services. The Oasis Community Centre uses gardening and floristry to teach employment, business and life skills. In doing so, they harness the power of community to reduce isolation, improve health and wellbeing and increase opportunities for all people in the area.