One of the starkest discoveries we made about consumer habits during the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic was quite how tightly interwoven our professional lives and spending habits really are.
We were sad to receive the news that Mrs Betty Luckham passed away on 13th September.
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As part of a scheme from Manchester-based social enterprise YP Potential’s ‘One Mile Project’, we have been funding climbing lessons for pupils in schools across Manchester.
We’re extremely proud to have supported many businesses in the region, helping them grow and develop. One business we have worked closely with, is social enterprise business Freshrb C.I.C, a Manchester based video production company. The business aims to raise community issues, projects and themes by running video production workshops with community groups.
Louise Da-Cocodia was a major driving force behind the establishment of our organisation and we continue to hold many events in her honour. In this newsletter, we want to tell you more about the Louise Da-Cocodia Supplementary School which is a Saturday school providing a unique and creative curriculum for black and ethnic minority (BME) pupils.
The Apprentice Academy, based in Manchester, recruited Bellinda for us. The organisation works closely with employers in the region to engage and develop apprentices in their workforce.