Re:work is established:
  1. To relieve poverty among the residents of South Bristol 

  2. To advance education among the residents of South Bristol, particularly among young people and the unemployed

  3. To promote and/or provide training in skills of all kinds, particularly such skills as will assist residents of South Bristol in obtaining paid employment

  4. To promote establish and operate other schemes of a charitable nature for the benefit of the community within South Bristol

To fulfil these objectives we:

  1. Offer real work experience to young people who struggle in mainstream school in building, landscape maintenance and gardening, retail and carpentry. We do this through our building and gardening teams,re:build and re:grow, and our furniture reuse shop, re:store.

  2. Offer volunteering for over 16s that helps develop individuals’ strengths and make a real difference to participants’ employment and training options.

  3. Actively support the development and creation of new business and social enterprises through “Do What You Love” a European Regional Development Fund project, working in partnership with the Knowle West Media Centre.

  4. Offer low cost building, gardening services and an economic and environmental way of maintaining homes with a supply of furniture, paint and small electrical items from our shop re:store.

To find out more follow the links (to the right) or watch this short film:

      Our last Annual Report

 Charity no: 1086946          Company no: 3738243    

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