We are always looking for local organisations who can support our work, and there are plenty of ways to get involved.
Be a guest speaker Talk to a group about the field you work in – what kind of entry level jobs are available, and what skills are required? Give people an inside view.
Share your skills Could you run a skills workshop for a group of service users? It could be anything from public speaking to gardening – and you might just inspire someone to do what you’ve done. Richard (pictured above) ran a pizza making workshop in our cafe kitchen, and went on to employ one of our service users.
Help people build their skills for work Volunteer in our centre by running practice interviews, or by helping people with CV writing and job applications.
Host a visit or a work placement Can your workplace host a visit for a small group of our service users who want to find out about the world of work? Or could you offer a work experience placement to a disadvantaged person, enabling them people gain invaluable experience?
Fundraise for us Hold a challenge day, get sponsored for a run, have a dress down day, climb Everest – the ways are endless!
Payroll giving Is your organisation signed up to the payroll giving scheme? If so you can give to Back on Track directly from your pay – and the donation is made before tax, too. Find out more