The latest news on Covenant-related projects as well as stories from our young people, signatories and supporters.
At Thames Water, we are proud to be an active signatory of the Care Leavers Covenant.
GMI Construction Group has signed up to the Care Leaver Friendly Employer Charter, launched to reduce the number of young care leavers not in education, employment, or training.
Young care leavers are being offered a discount off their water bill by South Staffs Water as well as training on how to manage their water account and access to job opportunities.
The Care Leaver Friendly Employer Charter, launched during National Care Leavers Week 2021, makes it easier for organisations to offer employment opportunities to vulnerable young people leaving care
Businesses across the country are being urged to introduce a life-changing free home improvement scheme for young care leavers.
National charity Choice Support has been supporting people with autism, learning disabilities and mental health needs for almost 40 years.
Stuart, 29, has been a support worker for Choice Support since September 2020, helping people in a supported living scheme to live a more independent life. This is his story.
Anchor Hanover is England’s largest not-for-profit provider of specialist housing and care for people in later life, employing more than 9,000 people throughout England.
A care provider committed to quality and excellence, Fairway Homecare employs hundreds of health and social care professionals working in more than 200 homes across the West Midlands.
Care leavers at Carlisle College will benefit from a new first-of-its-kind partnership between the Care Leaver Covenant and training and colleges group NCG.
LifeSkills were an early signatory of the Covenant in 2018 and have committed to supporting care leavers.
Through careful procedural work Metro Bank have developed a bespoke account opening process for care leavers.
Understanding the legal system, from detention to court appearance, can be a challenge for care leavers and the individuals who work with them.
Severn Trent’s ‘Big Difference’ scheme tackles the challenge care leavers face of paying a variety of utility bills for the first time, unaided.
Founded by George Cadbury, of Cadbury chocolate, Bourneville Village Trust’s mission is to sustain communities where people can thrive.
Engie’s ‘Helping Hands’ programme involves Engie staff refurbishing care leavers’ homes free of charge.