Kate Hardcastle: ‘Successful high streets will have the human at their heart’

Kate Hardcastle

As retailers prepare to reopen, there has been much focus on what the future high street will look like. 

It must be a human high street where layers of cross-sector partnerships can come into play. And when considering a human high street, the word ‘community’ inevitably presents itself. 

That often brings to mind charities and the third sector – both key in helping to shape human high streets. 

While high streets provide valuable connections in terms of supporting fundraising efforts, they can also act as the conduits for charities to deliver their end-user support and recognise their true purpose. 

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