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Fulfilling Lives

The Fulfilling Lives Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark team aims to improve the support available for people who experience multiple disadvantage, so that individuals are better able to manage their lives.

By developing effective networks and services, people experiencing multiple disadvantages can be supported to improve their lives, which in turn will result in healthier and more fulfilled individuals, more effective communities and a reduced cost to public service.

Fulfilling Lives Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham has three main areas of work: 

Service delivery: We work alongside people to test and learn different interventions to make transformative change and improvement to their lives. (Service delivery is delivered in partnership with Thames Reach).


Co-production: We aim to embed a co-production culture to ensure those with lived experience are at the heart of service design and delivery. 


System change: We provide learning and evidence that will be used to influence on a local and national level, creating sustainable, long-term systemic change for people facing multiple disadvantages.

Fulfilling Lives Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund and overseen by a Core Strategic Group (CSG), who have responsibility for overseeing the governance and strategic direction and delivery of the programme. The National Fulfilling Lives Programme is evaluated by the University of Sheffield and CFE Research to evaluate the impact of the programme and provide a package of learning support.

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