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PLIAS Resettlement
A community based not for profit organisation, and registered charity, located in the London borough of Brent, primarily targeting offenders and ex-offenders, in order to support their re-reintegration back into society.

Supports, represents and campaigns for the Voluntary and Community Sector working with offenders.

Bounce Back
A London based charity and social enterprise with a remit to assist ex-offenders to train, gain qualifications and enter employment as painters and decorators.

Be Onsite
Providing training and job opportunities that ultimately lead to sustained employment in the property sector.

Frontline public services including employment and welfare, training, education, and financial advice.

Working Chance
A London-based charitable social enterprise that helps women with criminal convictions to find work.

An independent award-winning charity, providing trusted information, advice and advocacy for people with criminal convictions.

St Giles Trust
Breaking the cycle of prison, crime and disadvantage and create safer communities by supporting people to change their lives.

Reducing crime by changing lives. We work with disadvantaged people, offenders and those at risk of offending.

The Prince’s Trust
The Prince’s Trust is a youth charity that helps change young lives.


Blue Sky
Blue Sky is a social enterprise with a difference – we only employ ex-offenders. Offering a proper job with a proper company, we aim to break the cycle of re-offending and challenge perceptions.

Recruit with Conviction
Recruit With Conviction is the national campaign for safe, effective and sustainable employment for people with criminal records.


Volunteering England
Committed to supporting, enabling and celebrating volunteering in all its diversity.

WorldWide Volunteering
WWV supports people of all ages and backgrounds to take positive action to change their lives.

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This page was last updated on February 24th, 2014

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