Charity marks 30 years of support to the Harlow community

Business / Fri 25th Nov 2022 at 10:47am

A HARLOW charity is marking 30 years of providing help to residents and supporting those with poor mental health back into work as well as retaining current employment.

It’s a great achievement and far from its initial small setup in 1992. Today the charity employs over 35 staff who provide specialised employment support that has helped many individuals.

Chairman, Phil Edwards stated: ‘It is a real good news story, that a small charity set up by local people 30 years ago to address the employment and training needs of disabled people, has grown into a significant and thriving service.

“Key to our growth has been specialisation in supported employment for people with severe and enduring mental ill health, whose health can benefit significantly from the structure and purpose provided by employment. We as a Board of Trustees look forward to supporting the further development of the charity as it continues to provide an excellent service to those referred’.

We are marking this at our Annual General meeting on Friday 2nd December at Latton Bush Centre in Harlow. Any individual wanting to find out more about our work is welcome to attend.

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1 Comment for Charity marks 30 years of support to the Harlow community:

Andy Winders
2022-11-26 19:14:21

What is the name of the charity?

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