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Work4All provides 1-2-1 support wherever you are on your journey 

Work4All is an employment support programme that helps unemployed residents in the London Borough of Newham on their journey towards work. Work4All is part funded by the European Social Fund. Work4All is also part funded by the Royal Docks, London’s only Enterprise Zone, working to ensure regeneration delivers genuine benefits to the local area. 

We support individuals, employers and communities. If you are a job seeker, business or organisation, see where you fit into our employment journey and how you can benefit from our programme.


Eligibility: Work4All is a free service. To participate in Work4All, you must have the Right to Work in the UK, not currently be in any paid work & live in Newham 

When you join Work4All you will be assigned a personal adviser who will complete an initial needs assessment with you. They will ensure the advice and support is tailored to your particular situation. Work4All provides free support across three main areas. You can choose to access one, two or all three stages or bits from each, whatever suits you best 

Contact our advisors for details:

Lorraine: 07889 755 505 or 


To discuss how you can connect, contact Jen: 07716 993 719 or 


The Work4All team connects with the Royal Docks & wider Newham residents through regular outreach in community & statutory service locations. Contact us to find out where we are visiting, & how you can connect with us. 

Contact the Work4All programme manager Denise: 07799 034 902 or  

Green Doctors, trained energy-efficiency experts, are also supporting Newham residents. 

The Green Doctor team offer free, impartial advice to help you take control of your bills, save energy where possible in the home, and access other services and initiatives available. Ask the Work4All team for more details or go to

Work4All is delivered in partnership with St Giles Trust & Princes Trust. Find out more about their delivery on their websites.

We still consider a remote, flexible offer and service to those who are vulnerable or have additional accessibility needs.

This means our Advisers are able to provide the same dedicated one-to-one advice and support but via phone, text, email, WhatsApp or Zoom.