Cinnamon Health Research Press Coverage

The Cinnamon Health Research has featured in the following publications:

Faith-based groups increasingly stepping in to plug gaps in NHS
Yahoo! UK and Ireland (Web), 30/05/2018, Unattributed
More than 3,500 churches and 200,000 volunteers are working on health and social care initiatives that are “plugging the gap” left by funding cuts and limited resources, according to the Cinnamon Network, a charity that connects faith-based organisations … Article (Yahoo – Guardian)

Church groups supporting ‘struggling” health care system
Localgov.co.uk (Web), 31/05/2018, Unattributed
The Cinnamon Network says the findings show there should be greater partnership working between the Church and the NHS. It found there are more than 3,500 churches and 200,000 volunteers working on health and social care initiatives. Article

Church and faith groups save NHS £3 billion annually
Premier.org.uk (Web), 31/05/2018, Unattributed
The Cinnamon Network – which is a charity that connects faith-based organisations – studied 32 church-led initiatives and identified how they tackle issues including mental health, obesity and social isolation. Article

Church and faith groups health care save British NHS £3 billion annually
Evangelical Focus
The Cinnamon Network, a charity that connects faith-based organisations, has published a study about the church’s impact on health and care. Article

Churches are filling gaps in social care
Telegraph and Argus (Bradford), 07/06/2018, p.11, Unattributed
SIR – As the NHS experiences continued financial challenges, faith groups are being increasingly utilised to fill gaps in health and social care. The Cinnamon Network, a faith-based charity that builds partnerships between local churches and civic groups has just released a report which addresses pressing needs in our communities. Article

Faith groups fill care gaps
The Journal (Newcastle Upon Tyne), 07/06/2018, p.28, Unattributed
AS the NHS experiences continued financial challenges faith groups are being increasingly utilised to fill gaps in health and social care. The Cinnamon Network, a faith-based charity that builds partnerships between local churches and civic groups has just released a report which addresses pressing needs in our communities. Article

Showing faith
Western Telegraph, 06/06/2018, p.46, Unattributed
AS the NHS experiences continued financial challenges faith groups are being increasingly utilised to fill gaps in health and social care. The Cinnamon Network, a faith-based charity that builds partnerships between local churches and civic groups has just released a report which addresses pressing needs in our communities. Article

Churches together give more than £3billion in support
Bracknell News, 06/06/2018, p.14, Unattributed
AS the NHS experiences continued financial challenges faith groups are being increasingly utilised to fill gaps in health and social care. The Cinnamon Network, a faith-based charity that builds partnerships between local churches and civic groups has just released a report which addresses pressing needs in our communities. Article

Former nurse Bishop Mullally endorses church-led health initiatives
Church Times (Web), 08/06/2018, Unattributed
The Bishop of London, the Rt Revd Sarah Mullally, says. Ten case studies are explored in the report, The Church’s Impact on Health and Care, launched by the Cinnamon Network on Wednesday. It concludes that they are “cost-effective solutions that can help to address the nation’s major health needs”, and identifies benefits including the tackling of isolation. Article

Church is filling gaps in NHS support
The Reading Chronicle, 07/06/2018, p.20, Unattributed
Church is filling gaps in NHS support. AS the NHS experiences continued financial challenges faith groups are being increasingly utilised to fill gaps in health and social care. The Cinnamon Network, a faith-based charity that builds partnerships between local churches and civic groups has just released a report which addresses pressing needs in our communities. Article

Support programme to help vulnerable residents
Northwich Guardian, 07/06/2018, p.4, Unattributed
Constable for Cheshire Janette McCormick with Cinnamon’s Alison Linfield at the launch A NATIONAL church’s trust and Cheshire’s police chief have joined forces to form a partnership supporting vulnerable people. Cinnamon Network and the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) launched the venture at The Lion Salt Works, with more than 70 representatives from the church, council, police and other agencies. Article

How churches can help communities
Ilford Recorder, 07/06/2018, p.20, Unattributed
Matt Bird, founder of the Cinnamon Network, writes: As the NHS experiences continued financial challenges faith groups are being increasingly utilised to fill gaps in health and social care.  Article

Faith group help fill the care gap
Evening Chronicle (Newcastle Upon Tyne), 11/06/2018, p.50, Unattributed
AS the NHS experiences continued financial challenges faith groups are being increasingly utilised to fill gaps in health and social care. The Cinnamon Network, a faith-based charity that builds partnerships between local churches and civic groups, has just released a report which addresses pressing needs in our communities. Article

Churches can help
Swindon Advertiser, 09/06/2018, p.18, Unattributed
AS the NHS experiences continued financial challenges faith groups are being increasingly utilised to fill gaps in health and social care. The Cinnamon Network, a faithbased charity that builds partnerships between local churches and civic groups has just released a report which addresses pressing needs in our communities. Article

Services contribution
The Church of England Newspaper, 08/06/2018, p.4, Unattributed
Faith groups provide health care and community services worth £3bn a year, according to a report from the Cinnamon Network. Their research found that there are more than 3,500 churches and 200,000 volunteers working on health and social care initiatives. Article

Mullally endorses health initiatives
Church Times, 08/06/2018, p.7, Unattributed
endorsed by the Bishop of London, the Rt Revd Sarah Mullally, says. Ten case studies are explored in the report, The Church’s Impact on Health and Care, launched by the Cinnamon Network last month. It concludes that they are “cost-effective solutions that can help to address the nation’s major health needs”, and identifies benefits, including the tackling of isolation. Article

This week’s digest
The Church Of England Newspaper Digest (Web), 08/06/2018, Unattributed
Services contribution. Faith groups provide health care and community services worth £3bn a year, according to a report from the Cinnamon Network. Their research found that there are more than 3,500 churches and 200,000 volunteers working on health and social care initiatives. Article

FAITH-BASED PROJECTS
Runcorn Weekly News, 14/06/2018, p.13, Unattributed
AS the NHS experiences continued financial challenges, faith groups are being increasingly utilised to fill gaps in health and social care. The Cinnamon Network, a faith-based charity that builds partnerships between local churches and civic groups has just released a report which addresses pressing needs in our communities. Article

Fill gaps in health and social care
Bury Free Press (Bury and Villages Edition), 15/06/2018, p.100, Unattributed
CINNAMON NETWORK As the NHS experiences continued financial challenges, faith groups are being increasingly utilised to fill gaps in health and social care. Article

Faith Groups Save Millions for the Health Budget
Vision Christian Media
The Cinnamon Network – a charity that connects faith-based organisations – studied 32 church-led initiatives, to determine how they tackled issues … Article

Church Christians donate time
Evangelical Times, 01/07/2018, p.13, Unattributed
The value of the time given by the UK Church to the community each year is worth more than £3 billion, according to the Cinnamon Network, which researched the impact of churches on the health and well-being of communities. Article

A faith-based charity is there to fill NHS gaps
Uttoxeter Advertiser, 20/06/2018, p.18, Unattributed
AS the NHS experiences continued financial challenges faith groups are being increasingly utilised to fill gaps in health and social care. The Cinnamon Network, a faithbased charity that builds partnerships between local churches and civic groups has just released a report which addresses pressing needs in our communities Article