Faith-based groups 'increasingly stepping in to plug gaps in NHS' More than 3,500 churches and 200,000 volunteers are helping overstretched NHS, says study
Faith-based organisations are increasingly stepping in to support the overstretched NHS, research has found.
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. Continue reading... The Guardian