Together for Change

a unique collaboration between the public and third sectors

Are you a community that is interested in working with Together for Change?

Find out more about Together for Change’s work supporting community groups and local democracy.

Do you work for a public-sector organisation and would like to find out more?

Together for Change are in a unique position of being able to tap into the potential of collaboration between the public- and third-sector.


The Together for Change Blog features articles, papers and consultation responses from the team.

Partnership with the Public Sector

Developing a joint vision and strategy for our partners to commit to and work with us, and Pembrokeshire communities, to achieve real change.


A research programme designed to provide robust evidence in order to underpin decision making.

Action for Communities and by Communities

Sharing best practice with community groups and local governmental organisations.

What is Together for Change?

Together for Change is a Pembrokeshire-wide partnership programme funded by the National Lottery COVID-19 Response Fund, Wales. The project was founded by Solva Care – the fund holder – with partner organisations PAVS and PLANED. The COVID-19 pandemic and its implications for society has revealed the importance of community-level organisations at a critical time, with communities responding dynamically and compassionately to the challenges they faced. Together for Change is bringing together third- and public-sector organisations to establish a positive legacy from the experiences of COVID-19 and build on the important contribution of community-led action to the health and wellbeing of people in Pembrokeshire.

Stop press!

The Masterclass recordings are now available to view.

The 10-Point Plan

Together for Change’s 10-Point Plan has been developed with partner organisations and sets out a broad set of principles on what we are trying to achieve and how, and what the commitment of partners should be. 

“Public-sector organisations have, quite rightly, recognised our important role and want to work with us and support us to continue. So that there is a legacy left behind from the energy that has been sparked by the crisis”

Sue Denman, Solva Care Trustee and Together for Change Programme Lead