Abianda is a social enterprise that works with gang-affected young women and the professionals that support them. Gang-affected young women are a hidden group in our communities, experience sexual violence and exploitation and can’t always access services for help. We aim to bring about a culture change in the way Read more [...]
Community Campus is a community based social enterprise formed in 1987 to address the emerging crises of youth homelessness. Our work and development have now taken us further, we now have developed a range of holistic person centered innovative projects and services for young homeless and for other economically and Read more [...]
Compass Project a not-for-profit social enterprise founded and operated entirely by people with a history of drug/alcohol dependency and offending backgrounds. Completely changing ones life is something that takes enormous courage and heart. We are proud to be in recovery and want others to find the same joy. We raise the Read more [...]
The Company’s objectives are to promote, encourage, develop, assist and engage in the performance of rural skills and activities by: Training in sustainable and traditional building skills (straw, cob and lime) Training in rural skills (e.g. blacksmithing, welding and glassblowing etc) Supporting local people in these crafts General promotion of Read more [...]
Emmaus Cambridge is a charity which provides home and work for previously homeless people by collecting peoples’ surplus goods and selling them in our warehouse just to the north of Cambridge. The residents (called Companions) volunteer their time in the business in return for all of their accommodation needs and Read more [...]
Evenbreak is an award-winning not-for-for profit online job board. It is the only specialist job board in the UK run by disabled people for disabled people. It has three social aims: 1.To help inclusive employers attract more talented disabled candidates. 2. To help disabled jobseekers find work with employers who Read more [...]
Fusion21 is a social economy business which promotes collaboration to save money and create jobs. We improve lives and communities through our approach to procurement, employment and training.Working nationally the Fusion21 supply chain helps to deliver our clients capital and cyclical procurement works programmes, we create sustainable jobs for local Read more [...]
As a wholly owned subsidiary of Yarlington Housing Group, we deliver an employment service that reaches our clients using a variety of intervention models. Based on an information advice and guidance (IAG) structured interview each client has an individual action plan agreed with them. Their action plans will be differentiated Read more [...]
Joining Communities has provided a Community based service since October 2010. We pride ourselves on our mission, which is ‘Provide a link between communities and local services to enrich lives’. Our Vision To grow a Social Enterprise creating a social impact in our community where local people have the confidence Read more [...]
The vision for n:gaged is; In 2020, n:gaged will be the leading provider of professional capability development in London recognised for our excellence, inclusivity and innovation. We have three primary aims in making this vision a reality; create a stimulating and innovative environment which is sensitive and responsive to the Read more [...]
Pluss is a Social Enterprise that supports over 5,000 people with disabilities and other disadvantages move towards and in to employment each year. We do this through a range of specialist, local employment services and through direct employment within our commercial businesses. We employ 500 staff, around half of whom Read more [...]
The SSDT has developed a range of products: – a series of one-day confidence building courses for long-term unemployed – a three day intensive course looking at how to address internal and external barriers to employment – a five-day business skills courses aimed at either ethical private or social enterprises Read more [...]
Roots HR CIC is the UK’s specialist consultancy for HR and H&S services for social sector employers. We enable organisations to improve performance and sustainability through better people management whilst ensuring compliance with employment law. Founded in 2009, we operate as a social enterprise, providing high quality and affordable services Read more [...]
At Jericho we seek out and engage people who experience significant barriers to being fulfilled, skilled and employed. We aim to help them overcome these barriers and gain relevant vocational skills to secure sustainable employment. We do this through providing real work experience in one of our social enterprise businesses Read more [...]
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.
Founded by WISE Employment Australia in 2008, WISE Ability is committed to providing quality employment services to disadvantaged members of the community through a range of initiatives. Our main purpose is to serve and enrich the lives of disadvantaged job seekers in the community. We believe employment brings growth and Read more [...]
Social Enterprise Mark CIC exists to recognise and build the capabilities of social enterprises as competitive, sustainable businesses, dedicated to maximising social impact above shareholder profit.
We are committed to ensuring the social enterprise business model remains ethical, credible and commercial through accreditation.
The Social Enterprise Mark is the only internationally available social enterprise accreditation, enabling credible social enterprises to demonstrate their commitment to creating benefits for people and the planet.
The Social Enterprise Gold Mark offers enhanced accreditation and is the route to social enterprise excellence.