Your donations help us to…

. . . train more volunteers leading ‘Ways to Work’ sessions in Prisons.

. . . recruit more employers.

. . . establish a National Resource Centre, with a Helpline for our members on release.



Recruit a greater number of employers accepting and giving serious consideration to applications from people with convictions.


Break the cycle of offending – sustainable employment means that people are less likely to relapse into old patterns of behaviour that have proved to be so destructive.


Restore dignity to people with convictions through employment that providesindependence, status, earning power, a structured routine, social contact and a sense of purpose and direction with the opportunity to provide for themselves and their family.


Make an impact on the social exclusion that is both cause and effect in the re-offending community.

“The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free

Luke 4:18

You can make a ‘one off’ donation or a small regular monthly amount here

From Prison to Employment: A 3-Step Pathway

Ways to Work

Held in Prison before release, this session recognises achievement, encourages aspiration and kindles hope for a different and better future.

Membership Module

Available at a partner Job Club our membership module addresses the realities of working life, employers’ expectations and an honest commitment to employment.

Employers Directory

Our employers are committed to actively considering people with convictions whenever they have a job vacancy, training place or volunteering opportunity.