Has your organisation ever been stuck and unsure how to move forward? We’ll fund you to learn from someone who has ‘been there, done that’.
[Locality's funded peer learning programme] helped us actually do something about an idea we had been thinking about for a while.​ Without it we'd still be sat here thinking!" Locality member

When you’re faced with organisational difficulties or have new challenges ahead of you, it can help to meet another organisation who has gone through something similar.

Their experience can help you avoid common pitfalls and give you new ideas and fresh thinking.

Locality’s funded peer learning programme can help you access the right advice, from the right people, at the right time for you.

During current conditions, this programme offers digital peer mentoring and small group learning opportunities, so that you can identify new opportunities and solutions without the need to travel.

We will match you to people and organisations based on experience, background and interest, or you can use the member directory to chose who you’d like to learn from yourself.

Perhaps you’d like to set up a learning group?  We can help you get started, provide guidance and initial online support.

Through  online sessions, you will make practical and meaningful connections to help you achieve your goals, find out what works (and what doesn’t!) and get the confidence to feel like “yeah, I can do that!”.

Peer learning for Essentials and Membership Plus members

Essentials or Membership Plus members can apply. We’ll give you up to £250 to help you get the most out of your digital learning opportunity.

We encourage you to work with your fellow participant organisation(s) to decide how the funding should be spent to ensure everyone benefits.

Apply  via a short form accessed via the ‘members only’ section of our website or by contacting  members@locality.org.uk

Applications are continuously assessed, though we cannot guarantee funds will be available at all times.

Find out more about Membership for community organisations