• Boris Segal


Stainforth's 4 ALL's help 2 work project over the past year has been going strength to strength. Funded by The Big Lottery Fund, we've spent a whopping £7,556 on helping the local people of Stainforth in getting them back into work. So far, we completed year one for our contracted three years with Big Lottery on this project and overtime demand is increasing.

S4ALL has helped 48 people in Stainforth come off benefits and get back into work with secure jobs. We've also 44 people progress into further training and volunteering opportunities.

So if you're out of work and finding it difficult getting a job come to us help! We do so much you probably don't know about as part of our Barrier Buster Scheme. We've helped people obtain SIA licenses, CSCS cards, PPE equipment and DBS checks.

If you think you can't afford the travel to go to these training opportunities, we've got you covered! Yes, we'll pay for your trips while your training to get you back into work and life back on track.

So come to us for help, don't be shy. It's what we're here for! We've helped so many people turn their lives around, and you can do the same.

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