Our Ethical Not for Profit Communities business is something very close to our heart as our business started in grassroots community education.
We know and are proud that our support to local communities improves individual well-being and aspirations. This not only benefits individuals, it ultimately helps social mobility and community cohesion.
We want to ensure some of the hardest to reach sections of our communities get the help and support they badly need to integrate and get the opportunities that others take for granted.
He have worked in some of the toughest and most challenging areas of the UK to provide digital literacy and English Language Skills to help empower learners in our communities.
Successful projects have included work in deprived wards in Luton to support isolated women overcome social and employment barriers to help them integrate into society and gain independence.
Our Not For Profit business has been specifically set up to support local projects of this nature working in close partnership with other providers we establish and invest in joint-venture partnerships to provide added value and expertise in terms of management and delivery support to projects.
Currently we are running projects to make an 1MPACT in Luton & Bedford and are looking to expand into Peterborough, Coventry, Nottingham, Greenwich, Enfield, Corby & Northampton.
We have Projects supporting School Parents learn vital English & Digital Skills,16-24 year olds Not in Employment Education & Training (NEETS) prepare themselves for work or progress to more learning and an exciting Future Digital Inclusion Project (FDI) which is piloting and Testing new Digital support for people needing help access digital services.
We work in partnership and are funded by National Lottery Community Fund, European Social Fund, Bedfordshire Employment & Skills Service (BESS), SEMLEP, Futures-Group, English My Way, UK Online, Department for Work & Pensions, Good Things Foundation as well as other community groups and Schools in Isolated Communities in the towns of Luton Bedford, Peterborough and Northampton.