Food etc supports development of employment skills


Food etc has been collaborating with CFO Activity Hub in Wolverhampton which provides support to people on probation.  This includes helping them to develop new skills by providing practical and creative activities with a view to enable personal development that reduces the likelihood of reoffending and increases the likelihood of securing access to education, training and employment opportunities.

CFO Activity Hub participants have been busy making aprons for the children who attend Food etc’s cookery workshops.

Caine Smalling, CFO Wolverhampton Activity Hub Manager said: “We look for opportunities to work with organisations that provide opportunities for our clients to contribute to positive and meaningful social impacts so we were delighted when Food etc approached us with this requirement.”

CFO Activity Hubs are delivered through the Shaw Trust and are part-funded by the European Social Fund.

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