Public service

Public service

JET Jobs Education and Training clients

JET Jobs Education and Training is based in Newcastle and they help people from the BME community, asylum seekers, refugees and new migrant communities to find work, improve their skills and to integrate into the community. In 2015 the Trust awarded a grant of £4,500 to help run a project entitled Integration for All which will help the charity to deliver a number of activities including ESOL classes, accredited and non-accredited courses, organise social events and volunteer placements.skills and to integrate into the community. In 2015 the Trust awarded a grant of £4,500 to help run a project entitled Integration for All which will help the charity to deliver a number of activities including ESOL classes, accredited and non-accredited courses, organise social events and volunteer placements.

Citizens Advice Hartlepool run a Telephone Advice Service which gives free, independent, confidential and impartial advice on a wide range of issues.  The service is ideal for people who are not able to visit the centre in person or who need instant help or advice. Due to the complex and broad nature of the enquiries, the service must be run by experienced and highly skilled advice workers.  The Trust awarded the centre a grant of £5,000 in 2016 to help finance this important service. 

The Trust also supports North East Prison After Care Society (NEPACS) who work in prisons across the North East of England. NEPAC has over 250 dedicated volunteers who provide a number of services in prisons around the region, including the running of prison visitor centres, play sessions for the children of prisoners and integrated family support. Every year their centres receive over 100,000 visitors. The Trust gives this charity an annual grant of £3,000.


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