Posted on: June 10, 2022

Are you a Third Sector or Small Organisation that delivers support to unemployed and economically inactive local residents within the South East LEP area to help them progress into paid employment or further education? Then your organisation could be eligible to apply for the ESF Community Grants. Target Groups Participants targeted must be 16+, not in receipt of any type of income and not in any type of training or courses:

  • Participants over 50 years of age
  • Participants with Mental Health, Disabilities and/or Learning Difficulties (LLDD)
  • Homeless Ex-offenders LGBTQ+
  • Participants from an ethnic minority (BAME)
  • Participants who are women Parents/mothers Carers Migrants and refugees Groups with low labour market participation

Delivery Area The South East LEP participants must also be specifically from any of the following Local Authorities listed below:

  • Essex
  • Southend
  • Thurrock
  • Kent Medway
  • East Sussex

Please visit our website and contact us if you are interested and need further clarifications. Website: Phone: 0208 774 4040 Mobile: 0795 458 9942 Email: [email protected]

Author: Jade Bolton
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