A Bradford business has joined a scheme matching companies with individuals that have experienced homelessness to get them back into employment.
Lasercharge UK has joined the Business Building Futures programme, founded by Cleckheaton-based charity, The Howarth Foundation.
The charity’s Business Building futures programme works with people that have experienced chaotic lifestyles, rough sleeping, and homelessness to source suitable and secure employment opportunities to help them get back into employment and making a positive contribution to society.
Paul Irvine, managing director at Lasercharge, said: “It is so important to give people opportunities in life, and if our business can do that for someone when they are most in need, we will get behind it without question.
“We are looking forward to supporting The Howarth Foundation with their work.”
Rachael Hepworth, partnerships manager at The Howarth Foundation, said: “We are so grateful to Lasercharge for getting behind the Business Building Futures programme.
“Their support will help someone to take that all important step back into employment and give them a second chance at life.”
The Howarth Foundation has helped secure employment for more than 30 people through its Business Building Futures programmes.
For more information about The Howarth Foundation’s Business Building Futures scheme, go to howarthfoundation.org or email email@example.com.