Triple C (Liverpool) is a charity constituted as a limited company working in partnership with the local community of Norris Green and Croxteth.
Triple C started life as the Three Churches Project, which brought together the community work being carried out by the three Anglican churches in Norris Green and Croxteth (St Christopher’s, The Good Shepherd and Christ Church). Our trustees are appointed by invitation and the main criteria for their recruitment is an interest in, and knowledge of, the community of Norris Green and Croxteth. The Board of Trustees is a strong team including vicars, church & community representatives, trustees from community-related agencies and a councillor – all of them based locally. All our trustees have a commitment to improving the quality of life of people facing disadvantage in Liverpool and especially the L11 area.
Triple C seeks to build community involvement in the running of community groups and activities and to contribute to the regeneration of the local area.
We have secured funding streams that allow us to work towards achieving our objectives. We are currently funded by several different supportive organisations; Henry Smith, JMF, Tudor Trust, Eleanor Rathbone Charitable Trust, Cobalt Housing, Comic Relief, Liverpool City Council, Steve Morgan Foundation and local churches as well as other funders sourced locally for specific events.
We work with Norris Green Community Alliance (NGCA) on ventures such as ‘The Intergenerational Project’ and also with Liverpool Charity & Voluntary Services (LCVS), Cobalt Housing and other community centred organisations.
We also work in partnership with St Andrew’s Community Network.