Ambitions for us are social, economic and fiscal:

 

Social


Enabling people to take the initiative in their own lives, secure the ability to earn their own living or to become a future employer with their own social business venture.

Contributing new knowledge and experience of behaviour, attitude and habit change

Economic - this work is achieved by establishing distinct social enterprise centres:
 

New Meaning Centres become a focal point for enterprise and social innovation

To contribute to local authority employability focus areas:

Investment in work-related learning

Provision of work experience to post-16 young adults

To ensure “harder to engage”  young people can participate in education programmes that motivate them to “stay the distance” and obtain qualifications

Promotion of emotional well-being among children and young people 

 

Fiscal

To enable new Centres to become self-sustaining 

To use any surplus income retained to fund research & development into other community and social & business enterprise ventures

 

Evidence

Hundreds of case studies prove the benefits from New Meaning attitude enabling approaches.  

One such pioneering programme (TESS PAVE Mentors) was a finalist in the Social Enterprise UK “Inspiring Youth Enterprise” 2014 award.

New Meaning Centres

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