Learning has been a central element of the Fulfilling Lives programme.

Download the latest reports from the national and local evaluations, practice guides and briefings.

£112 million was invested over 8 years in local partnerships in 12 areas across England, helping people experiencing multiple disadvantage access more joined-up services tailored to their needs. The programme changed lives, systems and had beneficiary involvement at its heart. Read more about Fulfilling Lives.

The National Lottery Community Fund commissioned a team led by the University of Sheffield and CFE Research to evaluate the Fulfilling Lives: Supporting people experiencing multiple disadvantage initiative and to provide a package of learning support. Read more and meet the team.

The partnerships supported people experiencing multiple disadvantage including homelessness, reoffending, substance misuse and mental ill health.

Find out more details on the participating partnerships.

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