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Posted 17th December 2020
Evidence of some amazing joined up work - enabling young people to identify & build on their strengths & make informed choices about their future!
Commercial partner Reconomy has reaffirmed its commitment to the pioneering Wolverhampton House Project
Reconomy has reaffirmed its commitment to a pioneering programme that is providing support and accommodation for young care leavers. The Wolverhampton House Project is a partnership between The City of Wolverhampton Council, The National House Project and Reconomy, the UK’s leading provider of outsourced waste management and resource-led services.Read more
A scheme that enables Wolverhampton youngsters leaving care to refurbish properties they can then live in has reached its one-year milestone.Read more