Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust
The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust is committed to supporting young people and transforming their lives by improving the world they live in and enabling them to develop their skills and talent. Here’s a little more about some of their projects:
The Trust works with recruitment specialists Urban, where they have set up a partnership to support and connect skilled under-represented workers to employers.
Schools and Education
Their ‘Pathways to Professions’ course is a three-year programme, funded by the Clothworker Foundation, which provides those aged 13–15 years with skills, opportunities and knowledge to build their career aspirations. They work with schools in London, Manchester and Birmingham, with the majority of students they work with coming from BAME, minority or disadvantaged backgrounds.
They support young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and under-represented groups to study architecture, gain work experience and qualify as architects.
The Trust supports a network of over 90 community groups that work on providing support on issues such as education, employment and health, where inequality has such an impact. You can see a list of the community organisations they work with here.
Building Inclusive Futures Consulting
Their consulting work is their Social Enterprise and includes building diversity and recruitment strategies as well as organisational change, coaching and developing counselling, community engagement and much more.
You can donate to the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust here.
Every year, Centrepoint supports over 14,000 young people. They do this through numerous programmes and their work is vital in helping those who are homeless. Here’s a little more about the work they do:
Centrepoint operates 60 services across the UK and provides over 1,200 bed spaces for 16-25 year olds.
They work individually with young people to understand their goals and what support they need. They run education workshops, offer job search and CV guidance and also offer bursary’s to help them achieve these goals, whether that be for course fees, textbooks, travel or childcare.
Centrepoint have an in-house health team of specialists work with young people on a range of issues such as mental health advice, substance abuse and psychotherapy
You can learn more and donate to Centrepoint here.