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Are you a Charity or Not-For-Profit that is looking to recruit and grow in 2024?
We’re offering a FREE recruitment campaign to a different organisation every month, meaning your opportunities can be seen across our market leading job board network, getting your opportunities the exposure they deserve!
The UK is full of amazing Charities and Not-For-Profits and this is a small way of us supporting these great causes by helping them grow, at no cost…
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Here at Get Staffed, our aim is to make recruitment both easier and more affordable! Contact us now to find out more about our ‘Get Staffed Giving’ initiative or see previous organisations that we’ve supported below and information on future draws…
January's winner was...
Who are IMPAKT Housing & Support?
IMPAKT Housing & Support started as Bedford YMCA all the way back in 1986 and relaunched as IMPAKT in 2021. Now with over 200 bed spaces of supported housing their mission is to end the revolving door of homelessness.
What do IMPAKT Housing & Support do?
This starts with recognising the trauma caused by homelessness, providing a safe and aspirational place for people to live, and the skills and support for long term independent living.
The success of their housing allows them to make an even bigger IMPAKT in the community. Two domestic abuse support and resettlement teams, a free to use community larder, affordable used furniture and a boutique upcycling shop to benefit both the environment and their non profitable services.
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February 2024 winner is...
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Use the ‘ENTER NOW’ button above to be included in the draw! You have until the 28th February 2024 to register.
Who were 2023's winning Charities/Non-Profits?
Who are Humankind?
They are one the most successful homegrown charities in England, having operated for over 30 years they are still vibrant and growing. Their focus is on individuals, families and communities affected by health and social inequality with a focus on improving people’s well-being.
What do Humankind do?
Humankind offers services covering drugs and alcohol, clinical services, housing related support, housing, employment, training and education, health and well-being, children, young people and families, women, criminal justice and community and offender rehabilitation.
Their mission is to create services and support to meet people’s complex health and social needs, helping them to build healthier lives that have meaning and value for themselves and their families. They support local people to create stronger, better-connected communities.
Who are Robes?
Robes Project (Robes) is a CIO that has been serving the homeless of Southwark and Lambeth since 2007.
What do Robes do?
The aim of Robes is to relieve poverty among people who are experiencing homelessness in the London boroughs of Southwark and Lambeth by the provision of winter night shelters, food, advice, support, and re-settlement services to help them rebuild their lives.
They help people who come to their shelter and their day centre come – people from all different walks of life with a diversity of backgrounds and needs. Through their referral process, they welcome guests, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, ability, sexuality, or religion.
Who are The Royal College of Art?
The Royal College of Art is the world’s most influential postgraduate institution of art and design.
What do The Royal College of Art do?
The Royal College of Art is a public research university in London, with campuses in South Kensington, Battersea and White City. It is the only entirely postgraduate art and design university in the United Kingdom. It offers postgraduate degrees in art and design to students from over 60 countries.
Their objectives are ‘to advance learning, knowledge and professional competence particularly in the fields of fine arts, in the principles and practice of art and design in their relation to industrial and commercial processes and social developments and other subjects relating thereto, through teaching, research and collaboration with industry and commerce’.
Who are Lincolnshire Housing Partnership?
LHP offer affordable rental and shared ownership homes along the east coast of Lincolnshire from Grimsby, Immingham and Cleethorpes to Boston.
What do Lincolnshire Housing Partnership do?
Lincolnshire Housing Partnership (LHP) manages nearly 12,500 affordable rental and shared ownership homes and offers a range of other services to support people and communities across the historic east coast of Lincolnshire.
As a charitable community based organisation, they channel profit back into services and projects that benefit their customers and local neighbourhoods.
Their focus is also on what LHP can do to contribute to a more sustainable future. This saw the recent issuing of their ESG Strategy, which aims to create positive environmental and social impacts, with outcomes that benefits customers, communities, employees and other stakeholders.
Who are SRUC?
Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) was established in 2012 through the merger of the Scottish Agricultural College (SAC) with Barony, Elmwood and Oatridge Colleges.
What do SRUC do?
Their vision: To be Scotland’s enterprise university at the heart of our sustainable natural economy.
Their mission: Creating and mobilising knowledge and talent. Partnering locally and globally to benefit Scotland’s natural economy.
Education, research, and consultancy (through SAC Consulting) at SRUC grows the natural economy. A natural economy fuelled by responsible use of the world’s natural resources: people, land, energy, water, animals and plants.
By working in partnership, we focus on solving the “wicked challenges” facing the planet, including climate change, biodiversity and access to nutritious food and clean water.
Who are Cumbria Action for Sustainability?
Cumbria Action for Sustainability (CAfS) is a registered charity based in Penrith, Cumbria and are the regions climate change and sustainability organisation.
What do CAfS do?
They work to enable individuals, communities, businesses and local authorities to reduce the county’s carbon footprint and bring about a more sustainable way of life in Cumbria.
Their vision is a zero carbon Cumbria which is socially, environmentally, and economically beneficial for all.
They aim to achieve this by promoting and facilitating low carbon living and its benefits – inspiring and supporting individuals, communities, and organisations across Cumbria and beyond to decarbonise lives and businesses by 2037 or sooner.
Who are Age UK North Tyneside?
The Age UK North Tyneside Group was established in 1972 and has grown to become the largest local voluntary organisation in the borough. They have over 300 staff and over 70 volunteers providing a wide range of services for older people in North Tyneside.
What do Age UK do?
Age UK know that growing older doesn’t come with a manual. That’s why they provide free and confidential information and advice for older people, their families and carers.
They also offer home help – through EveryDay Care and Support, they provide care and support enabling people live safely in their own homes.
They help people with dementia and their carers to live fulfilling and rewarding lives. Their specialist dementia services help people living with dementia to make more of later life.
Age UK also run a wide range of activity groups and events, such as lunch clubs and exercise classes, giving older people the opportunity to keep fit, socialise, or learn a new skill.
Who are The Edmund Trust?
Their story began in the 1940s when a group of Cambridge parents decided to do something about the lack of community care for people with learning disabilities and their families in the area. They’ve been proudly supporting people across the East of England with learning disabilities ever since.
What do The Edmund Trust do?
They work to provide lifelong opportunities and create positive lifestyles for people to be equal and active members of the community.
With their support, people with a learning or physical disability, complex needs, acquired brain injury or autism can choose how and where they want to live.
They also provide a wide range of community services for all ages and their families and carers through their operating division – Eddie’s.
Who are The Police Treatment Centres?
The Police Treatment Centres is a registered Charity supported by voluntary donations from the Police Family primarily in the Northern forces of England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, but also from British Transport Police, the Civil Nuclear Constabulary and the Ministry of Defence Police.
What do The Police Treatment Centres do?
The Charity provides two Treatment Centres where Serving and Retired Police Officers can receive treatment following an illness or injury, with the aim of assisting their return to better health. The Centres are St Andrews, in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, and Castlebrae in Auchterarder, Perthshire. The Charity also offers an online Physiotherapy service.
Almost 4000 Serving and Retired Officers attend the Treatment Centres each year and most receive intensive physiotherapy. Others seek support with stress-related conditions or anxiety and depression as part of our Psychological Wellbeing Programme.
Who are Legacy Youth Zone?
Legacy is a multi-purpose facility where young people in Croydon have the opportunity to discover their full potential. The Youth Zone provides a safe environment where young people can come and enjoy themselves and will enable young people to raise their aspirations and confidence to create a happier and healthier generation.
What do Legacy Youth Zone do?
The charity offer young people aged 8-19 and up to 25 with additional needs the chance to take part in varied activities that suit their needs and passion. They support young people in finding out what they want to pursue in life, by opening doors to new experiences and opportunities and most importantly the Charity offers a safe space to hang out and make new friends.
Who are Citizens Advice?
They are a network of independent charities that offers confidential advice online, over the phone, and in person, for free. When they say they’re for everyone, they mean it. People rely on them because they’re independent and totally impartial.
They also give advice on consumer rights on their consumer helpline, support witnesses in courts through the Witness Service and give pension guidance to people aged over 50. Citizens advice help millions of people every year.
What do Citizens Advice do?
We can all face problems that seem complicated or intimidating. At Citizens Advice they believe no one should have to face these problems without good quality, independent advice.
That’s why they’re here: to give people the knowledge and the confidence they need to find their way forward – whoever they are, and whatever their problem.
Who are the WEA?
They are a leading adult education charity with a legacy that stretches back over a hundred years, having been founded back in 1903.
Their mission is to bring adult education within reach of everyone who needs it, fighting inequality and promoting social justice.
They believe every adult from a variety of backgrounds should have access to education and its benefits right on their doorstep.
What do the WEA do?
They reach into communities where learners live and work to deliver learning in surroundings that they are familiar with and comfortable in.
Their smaller class sizes mean learners get more personal care, attention and support.
They teach to a person, not to a qualification or an award.
Both online and in-person, they believe in keeping group sizes down, making it easier for their learners to speak up, get to know their group and get actively involved in learning and sharing their own expertise.