Who We Support

Nearly 23% of the Welsh population is currently economically inactive due to a broad range of reasons. Throughout our projects it is our ongoing intention to support the reduction of this figure, supporting individuals from a range of backgrounds to positively progress. These backgrounds include:
  • Long-term unemployment;
  • Mental health issues;
  • Homelessness;
  • Drug and/or alcohol addictions;
  • Ex-offenders;
  • Low skilled;
  • Jobless households;
  • Experience of domestic abuse;
  • Young NEETS (or at risk of becoming NEET).

Our projects support these individuals by providing the opportunity for work experience, the development of skills and the achievement of accredited qualifications required to access employment. The project also reduces the stigma often attached to those from disadvantaged backgrounds, by demonstrating that these individuals are willing and able to learn new skills and progress into employment.

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