If so, great! There are various reasons we find people are interested in the Forum.

It might be to share information with us, or for us to help you with some consultation work. We would either circulate this through our monthly newsletter (e.g. a survey link) or invite you along to a meeting for a short discussion.

Or, you might not be working to a community development approach but you would like to meet up with organisations with similar activities or goals. That’s great too and we often have visitors to our meetings.

Lastly, you might want to become a member. We would normally invite you along to a meeting then find out a bit more about your organisation. All we ask is that you work to a community development approach, in Edinburgh, with tackling Health Inequalities a priority.

We are always happy to hear from the wider network. Take a look at what some of our current members say about the Forum below, to give you a flavour of our approach:

Broomhouse Health Strategy Group
Bright Choices
Broomhouse Centre
Care for Carers
Carr Gomm
Dr Bells Family Centre
Deaf Action
Edinburgh Community Cafes
Edinburgh Community Food
Edinburgh and Lothians Greenspace Trust
Edinburgh and Lothians Regional Equality Council
Fresh Start
Health all round
The Health Agency
Health in Mind
The Junction
LGBT Health
Link up women' support centre
Living Well North Edinburgh
Nari Kallyan Shango (NKS)
One Parent Families Scotland
Pilton community health project
Pilton equalities project
Pilmeny Development Project
The Ripple Project
Thistle Foundation
Volunteer Edinburgh
The Welcoming

Our impact