New community grants scheme launched thanks to The Big Night In
'We want to ensure that those young people who are furthest removed from the labour market get the personal support and training they need to take up the jobs created."
'The recovery needs to be fair as well as green, and some simple measures can have life-changing impacts.'
Our response to the Prime Minister's announcement on the economic recovery from Covid-19
How Progress has helped young people find a future worth working for.
Groundwork UK Update
A new campaign to keep young people engaged in enjoying and protecting their local parks and greenspaces during Covid-19.
Blog post by Groundwork's national CEO, Graham Duxbury in the MJ
As the government announces its plans to extend the Job Retention Scheme, Groundwork joins calls for a comprehensive emergency support package for young people.
Young people in Kempston can get involved in a variety of activities at Kempston youth club, run by community charity Groundwork East.
Suzanne Barningham, Energyworks Manager at Groundwork in Greater Manchester wins National Energy Efficiency Award for Energy Efficiency Champion.
Groundwork North, East & West Yorkshire's Response To The Climate Emergency
Groundwork East delivered dozens of food growing and healthy eating sessions in Luton & Bedfordshire this Summer and has already harvested nearly 400kg of vegetables.
How our housing refurbishment project is helping to reduce the number of empty homes in Rochdale whilst also providing training opportunities to unemployed people in the area.
Veterans Employment Programme Manager Terry Morley has won the Community award at the 2019 awards event.
A group of local volunteers have improved the sensory garden and growing area at Colnbrook School, whilst improving their own job prospects.
Our survey of UK community groups has found grassroots groups are increasingly at the forefront of tackling many challenges but are lacking support and finding it harder to sustain their activities.
Groundwork has announced the winners of the ‘My Home My Park’ photography competition, which encouraged young people across the UK to share their views on what they love about their local park.