Commercial partner Reconomy has reaffirmed its commitment to the pioneering Wolverhampton House Project

Commercial partner Reconomy has reaffirmed its commitment to the pioneering Wolverhampton House Project

Posted 17th December 2020

As commercial partner for the project, Reconomy has confirmed it will fully fund five apprenticeship placements in 2021 which will be exclusively available to Wolverhampton House Project care leavers. Apprentices will be placed either directly with Reconomy, its network of local suppliers or with the House Project charity. 

Full Story click on the link below: 

Reconomy increases commitment to Wolverhampton care leavers 

  

Back to latest news

Latest News

Latest News

Recent News

We are a member of The British Youth Council
We are a member of The British Youth Council

The National House Project and Care Leavers National Movement are a member of The British Youth Council, who empower young people across the UK to have a say and be heard. 

Read more
Housing scheme for care leavers a first for West Sussex
Housing scheme for care leavers a first for West Sussex

A housing project for young people who have been in care in West Sussex has been given the green light by West Sussex County Council’s Cabinet on 22nd January 2021.

Read more
A message from our CEO January 2021
A message from our CEO January 2021

When I last wrote in July, I was ever hopeful that over the intervening six months we would have moved on from lockdown and would now be emerging into what people commonly refer to as the ‘new normal’. Clearly, we remain in a similar situation albeit with the optimism provided by vaccination, but I suggest that we should resist the language of ‘new normal’.

Read more