Tina Cribbin is a community activist based in Hulme Manchester and is part of community group On top of the world Hulme. Tina is also involved in the Seanchai Cafe, a community cafe based in South Manchester. In this guest blog Tina shares what it’s like to be a Tower Block resident in Lockdown and how they’re bringing joy to their residents and tackling isolation.
sounddelivery offers a wide range of digital storytelling services, from bespoke training for expert citizens and in-house teams, to project partnerships, consultancy, story gathering and content creation.
We can help you maximise your impact through storytelling
Unlock the potential of digital storytelling within your organisation
Give a voice to the people and communities you support
Change perceptions, influence policy and raise funds through firsthand stories.
Connect to the media and those who have the power to create positive change.
What people have said about us
"Being given the opportunity to talk with Jude gave me the confidence that my story was worth sharing and could have an impact on those who listen. Without her it would still be inside. sounddelivery have given me a platform and I am now able to inspire and empower more young people."Sam Smith, Support the Youth
From our blog
Phil works with Expert Citizens, he is a part of multiple peer research teams and is an insight evaluator. Expert Citizens is a community interest company led by an independent group of people who have all experienced multiple needs – combinations of mental ill health, homelessness, addiction and offending behaviour. They give their ideas to services like the local authority, police and homelessness services of Stoke-on-Trent, and nationally, to help guide and shape them to improve the care of multiple needs citizens. In this guest blog Phil shares how Covid19 has impacted him and his hopes for how it could impact services for the better beyond the pandemic.
Nikki Aitchison is the Head of Employment Development Projects, at Aspire – an award winning Charity and Social Enterprise. Aspire works with people experiencing significant disadvantage in their lives such as homelessness, providing personalised support to build on their strengths to overcome barriers. Over half of the team have lived experience of overcoming adversity, and Aspire works to innovate, and get upstream to prevent problems spiralling in the first place. In this guest blog Nikki shares a spoken word piece, and writes about how we need to use this pandemic to shake up the system and create change in the homelessness sector.
We run two annual flagship events for the charity sector demonstrating the art of storytelling and how to harness it.