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We exist to make a positive impact on people’s lives, and through giving away 1% of our equity we’ve already changed one person’s life forever.
It is very rare you get the opportunity to change someone’s life directly. This campaign was about giving a gift to someone who is deserving of a break whilst inspiring entrepreneurs to increase their social value and close the gap between businesses and society.
We hope that people in the same position as Jodie can be inspired, be open to opportunity and achieve more than their circumstances dictate.
Our prisons project addresses the need to help offenders into work to help prevent re-offending.
While we can’t solve all of the social and economic issues that can impact an offender, we can present one less hurdle to integrating back into society.
As of February 2019, the re offending rate sat at 29%. Essentially this project is about getting our app, into prisons so offenders can complete the early stages of applying for a job prior to “passing through the gate”.
Going straight into work after leaving prison provides an immediate sense of purpose.
As you might imagine, transitioning out of the military, sits very close to our founders hearts. Transitioning out of the UK Armed Forces is different for everyone, and often it is not what individuals expect.
Not only are you dealing with a completely different way of life, you may not have a job to go to, you may experience a loss of purpose, be lacking in direction or you may just not know how your skills fit into the modern work place.
As the app is user centric, it enables users to upload their current experience and explore the different jobs that are available to them aiding them into meaningful employment.
Not only this, this app offers a support function which is vital to those transitioning out the forces as they may be experiencing, mental health issues, financial issues or personal family issues.
Working with the long-term and short-term unemployed, sits closely to imployable’s aim of having a social impact on everything we touch.
There are hundreds of disenfranchised individuals, who have the capacity to work but struggle due to childcare issues or disability, either mental or physical.
Imployable aims to work alongside the DWP in making the app accessible to everyone within Job Centres to help aid these individuals into employment.
Our police transition programme has been developed to help those leaving the force into employment on civvy street.
Ultimately, we hope that this Blue Light Project will expand into other emergency services. As close cousins to the military, individuals leaving the Blue Light Services experience similar pain points and can struggle to integrate into main stream employment.