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East Midlands

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Ricoh’s Future Talent Development Programme has helped them grow a diverse, sustainable workforce for the future by bringing young talent into the business.
Mosaic’s Primary School Mentoring Plus provides specialised mentoring for children and their parents, teaching them importance of education and engagement with society, and giving parents the skills to support their children through school and beyond.
Boots’ Let’s Inspire Initiative provides young people with the chance to access employment or further education opportunities by offering work placements, apprenticeships and graduate programmes.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing UK (TMUK) aims to create a sustainable eco-plant, and constantly seek to stabilise, and eventually reduce to zero, their key emissions and use of resources.
Capital One’s ClickSilver programme facilitates the mentoring of older people by university students, improving their digital safety, the students’ CVs, and bridging the social age gap.
E.ON’s Energy Experience inspires school children to learn about energy through interactive events and online resources, while supporting business objectives and generating positive media coverage.
The confidence levels of older people in their IT skills has increased by a massive 180%, thanks to ClickSilver a project being piloted by Business in the Community in Nottingham, with support from Capital One.
As part of the national Entitlements Inquiry, more than 35 children and young people with experience of the care system in the Midlands gave their views.
Stockport based technology firm CDL has combinded recycling with community investment by donating nearly forty computers to Manchester homelessness organisation Mustard Tree.
Nottinghamshire ProHelp is currently chaired by Adam Jeffrey of Chimera Consulting. During the last twelve months the group has collectively provided over £56,000 worth of free professional support to community and voluntary organisations in the local area. The group consists of 24 member firms, including law firms, accountants, architects, surveyors, marketing and PR consultants and graphic designers.