Case Studies

Working Together in Partnership

The examples and case studies below showcase the work of the Collective, its members and partners who work together in partnership to create strategic change, activities and projects to improve the lives of Trafford residents.

An example of Trafford Community Collective members and partners working together

This new project aims to support individuals into attractive employment in the Social Care sector and is a fine example of how our members and partners are working together to improve the lives of Trafford residents.

Age UK Trafford

Get connected is a project to enable older people to connect to the digital world to reduce social isolation and lonliness. Each person is matched with a “buddy” to help support them with the process.

The Counselling and Family Centre

In response to repeated lockdowns The Counselling and Family Centre moved all its one-to-one support to on-line or telephone.

LifeChurch Manchester and Our Sale West

During the first Lockdown in May 2020, the residents of Sale have pulled together in a fantastic community effort to give a boost to local primary school children as they knew that many families lacked the basic necessities their children needed to do their school work and keep entertained at home.

Trafford Carers Centre

Trafford Carers Centre works with Trafford Community Collective to strengthen services and support for unpaid carers across Trafford working with Trafford Community Collective to provide and deliver information, support and advice.


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