The organisation operates through a consultation (our governance document) and has a membership of local residents and organisations who all want to make a difference to the neighbourhood.

Our board of trustees is made up of local residents and workers elected by our membership each year at our AGM. Alongside elected trustees we also allocate places on the board to representatives nominated by Salford City Council and Salford University.

If you would like to become a member then please visit the membership area to complete an application form.

Community Alliance’s definition of a community anchor organisation:

Community anchors are independent community-led organisations. they are multi-purpose and provide holistic solutions to local problems and challenges, bringing out the best in people and agencies. they are there for the long term, not just the quick fix. Community anchors are often the driving force in community renewal.

The roles a community anchor organisation can play may include:

  • Providing services
  • Attracting resources
  • Acting as an advocate for the community
  • Supporting community organisations
  • Strengthening community participation

Our PoliciesĀ 

Inspiring Communities Together believes that anyone who engages with us should receive a quality service. If for any reason you are concerned about any element of our work, please do get in touch with us on 0161 743 3625 and ask for Antonia Dunn, Operations Manager.

To read ourĀ Complaints Policy and Procedures, or to make a formal complaint, please download this document: Complaints Policy (updated Jan 2022)

Copies of our Privacy Policy and Data Protection Policy can be found here:

Privacy Policy (updated Nov 2021)

Data Protection Policy (updated Nov 2021)



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