Groundwork is a federation of charities mobilising practical community action on poverty and the environment across the UK. The Foundation have been supporting Groundwork with their ‘Green Start’ programme which will see a minimum of 80 ex-offenders develop construction and land-based skills, including carbon literacy, green skills and employability training.

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Reflecting on our achievements in 2022

As the end of 2022 fast approaches, the team at the City & Guilds Foundation took some time to reflect and share their top highlights and achievements from the last year and moments to be proud of. Laura Mountain “Thinking about what we’ve collectively achieved...

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New skills fund to unlock £500m per year employment potential of UK prison population supporting efforts to rebuild after Covid

Unlocking the skills potential of the UK’s prison population could put £500million a year back into the economy in lowering reoffending rates alone[1], a much-needed boost as we seek to rebuild the economy following Covid, new analysis from the City & Guilds...

Gardeners working socially distanced