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  • The Restore Trust is a not-for-profit company formed to provide skills, training and jobs to anyone who is long-term unemployed due to social challenges including former offenders, people with addictions and those with behavioural or learning difficulties.

  • Address: 4-6 Longmead Avenue, Horfield
    Bristol
    City of Bristol
    BS7
    United Kingdom
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  • Social Impact Statements:

    Social Impact Statements

    The Social Enterprise Mark criteria includes a requirement that the applicant can demonstrate that social and/or environmental objectives are being achieved.

    In support of this, new applicants and renewing Mark holders must submit Social Impact Statements that summarise their headline activities and achievements, helping show how they are striving to make a difference and stand up to scrutiny of purpose as a social enterprise.

     

    Updated February 2017


    1) Key activities

    1. Social inclusion project- CFO 3 - working with hardest to help participants
    2. Career advice and guidance in Custody
    3. Training and learning
    4. Mentoring support project

     


    2) Key measures

    The Restore Trust delivers services that promote social inclusion in both a custodial and community setting and approx 100 people access our services each month.

    This support is structured to provide career advice and assist people back to work, as keeping one ex offender out of prison saves the tax payer approx £33k per annum.

     


    3) Creating economic and social value

    As an example of just one project, The Restore Trust is working on the CFO 3 ESF project with an active caseload of approx 50 beneficiaries who are considered the hardest to help participants, providing intense case management support to slowly support them into training and employment and to engage with mainstream services.

    This has economic and social value benefits to the individuals concerned as well as the wider community.