Brothers of Charity Services | Working in partnership for positive lives
WorkingThe government has a clear objective for more people with a learning disability to participate in employment and, wherever possible, take up paid work
To help achieve this we have made a commitment to support people in both voluntary work and, in many cases, paid employment. Our range of social enterprises together with Jobspec, our supported employment service, have been developed to provide people with progression routes through to employment or voluntary placements irrespective of their previous experience or supported needs.
The most telling information we can provide comes from the stories of people who have used this resource to help them take up paid work.
BOCS Raise £490 for Children in Need
Brothers of Charity Services held bake sales across the North West for Children in Need on the 15th November. The Lancashire Services raised a fantastic £109.80 while the Merseyside and Greater Manchester Services raised a whopping £381. > read more
Liverpool Older People's Awards
Congratulations to William Badger, who was awarded runner up in the Most Active Person Award on the 14th November at Liverpool Town Hall. Over 150 people were nominated for the awards, William was presented a trophy and £50 by councillor Gerrard Woodhouse at the gala event, which was hosted by Ricky Tomlinson.
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Awards Evening 2013
thers of Charity Services held its annual celebration of staff achievements at the Liner Hotel, Liverpool on the 1st November 2013.
The Awards Ceremony covered Brothers of Charity Services across Merseyside, St Helens and Knowsley and Greater Manchester.
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