WE BELIEVE IN A FUTURE WHERE OUR COMMUNITIES

FLOURISH AND PROSPER

An award-winning social change organisation committed to the development, improvement, and sustainability of our communities.

We innovatively combine skill development, learning and wellbeing, with community regeneration to achieve positive socio-economic change.

What we do

  • We regenerate and invigorate our physical communities, returning empty properties to the housing market in an environmentally friendly and energy-efficient manner, improving the living standards of our communities, and providing an affordable and effective solution to the housing and empty property issues of Wales.
  • We aim to instil a sense of community pride, resilience, and ownership through our actions.
  • We support people to improve their health and wellbeing, build their confidence and self-esteem, learn new skills, achieve qualifications, and make positive life improvements.
  • We support people ranging in age, gender, and background to make positive change, empowering them to take ownership of their journey.
  • Circumstances, background, and support needs are often unique and complex. Our support doesn’t discriminate – we focus on a person’s future, not their past.
  • We challenge our community members to take positive social action and become responsible for their own life journeys.

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Recognition

Our innovative approach to community regeneration and skill development has resulted in national recognition:

2022

Third Sector –
Enterprise Award

2022

Social Business Wales – Building Diversity, Inclusion, Equality and Justice Award

2022

Natwest SE100 index 
Top 100 social enterprises in UK

2021

Swansea Bay Business Awards
Business in the Community Award Winners

2021

Empty Homes Network Innovation Award Winners

2020

Learning & Work Wales Inspire Award Winners

2020

Natwest SE25 Newcomers Shortlisted

2019

Social Enterprise UK award Finalists

2019

Social Business Wales ‘One to Watch’ Award Winners

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