WHO ARE WE

ROC’s main aim is to bring about community transformation by creating strategic partnerships between statutory agencies, voluntary groups and churches. These partnerships form new volunteer-led projects that address a variety of social needs.

We have over 220 active partnership projects, and many more at the planning and enquiry stage, meeting a variety of social needs. Could our model help you to reach your community?

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LATEST NEWS

Dragon’s Den Style Funding

Sixteen community leaders and residents have met to work on ideas to improve the area of Keighley, West Yorkshire which were put forward by residents at a community meeting before the lockdown. The ROC Keighley action group met on Zoom and decided who will join smaller task groups to tackle reducing crime, supporting young people, … Continue reading Dragon’s Den Style Funding

Youth Forums

Following the ROC Conversation community engagement events in Milton Keynes in February, young people came out as a key theme. The area has experienced some knife crime and pockets of anti-social behaviour. We have set up 4 local action groups to follow up the issues raised at the events. We have had some zoom calls with … Continue reading Youth Forums

ROC Cafe Extension

In September 2017 we held a community engagement event in Holts, Oldham. The aim of the event was to meet the community and explore ways of working together and identifying solutions to community needs. It was fantastic to be hosted by St Hugh’s CE Primary school and to be welcomed by the Head teacher Lynn … Continue reading ROC Cafe Extension