New Foundations supports rehabilitation to reduce reoffending and promote community cohesion.
Ours is a holistic approach to meeting people’s needs, working with each person as an individual. We listen in order to understand their hopes, fears and expectations for the future. Building trust is a vital part of the process. (See Our Core Values link below.)
We aim to inspire prison leavers to think about what they want from their future by:
- Demonstrating they have value as a unique individual
- Encouraging them to set and achieve personal goals
- Signposting to community resources and advocating on their behalf
- Affirming progress and listening to their concerns
- Encouraging pro-social attitudes and behaviour
A community chaplaincy
NFCC is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation. As a member of the Community Chaplaincy Association, we are one of many faith-based charities around the UK providing resettlement support. Our strength is working in partnership with local agencies, churches and organisations rather than acting independently.
We respect each individual as being of inherent value, working with people of all faiths and none. We reflect the Christian ethos in word and deed by offering compassion, embodying forgiveness and engendering hope. We don’t proselytise, but we will engage with those who wish to explore the bigger questions of life.
NFCC practices non-discrimination, working with anyone regardless of age, race, religion, gender identity or sexual orientation. We desire to put our sincerely held faith into practical action.
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