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Bridge of Hopeby DavidMcAllister
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Bridge of Hope
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Bridge of Hope is a non-profit project designed to connect marginalised members of the UK workforce with inclusive employers. In short, we help people like the over-50s, women returning to work, people who’ve spent time in prison, people who’ve experienced mental illness, former military personnel, not to mention people from BAME, LGBTQ+ and other minority social groups, get jobs with companies who value the idea of having a more diverse, inclusive and representative workforce.
We do this by running a jobs board, bridgeofhope.careers. This is just like Monster, Reed, Indeed etc., but tailored specifically for people from marginalised groups. Many of our candidates are referred to us by UK charities who have helped to put them back on their feet after a difficult time, and employers have to demonstrate their commitment to inclusive recruitment before they can subscribe to the board and post jobs.
Our corporate clients include: FedEx, Tesco, Asda, Sodexo, Greggs, Virgin Active and Boots.
Our charity partners include: Royal British Legion, The Prince’s Trust, Mind and Working Chance.
Bridge of Hope is owned and run by Prosper4 Group, a UK social enterprise. Prosper4 expects to earn revenue from the board to cover its costs, but profits are distributed to our charity partners.
OUR VALUES: Inclusivity, Opportunity, Diversity, Professionalism
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