People we work with

Our partner organisations

We work with a number of organisations to provide you with the best service possible.

If we cannot help you some of our partners can provide specialist advice subject to eligibility. Details of these and their contact information can be found below.

Communities for Work is a voluntary service to help people who live in a Communities First (CF) area​​​​​​​​ and who need extra help and support to find work. Experienced Employment Advisers and Youth/Adult Mentors specialise in helping individuals with their specific needs.

029 2087 1071
CFW@cardiff.gov.uk

Professionally qualified Youth workers provide support to inspire, guide and mentor young people to achieve their goals to access education, training and employment opportunities.

029 2087 2709
EIPReferral@cardiff.gov.uk

A voluntary service to help people who live in a Non-Communities First (CF) area​​​​​​​​  and who need extra help and support to find work. Adult Mentors specialise in helping individuals with their specific needs.

029 2087 1071
Journey2work@cardiff.gov.uk

A voluntary service to help people who live in a Non-Communities First (CF) area​​​​​​​​  and who need extra help and support to find work. Youth Mentors specialise in helping individuals with their specific needs.

029 2087 1071
EIPReferral@cardiff.gov.uk

The PaCE project aims to help improve employment prospects for parents where childcare is their main barrier to accessing training or job opportunities.

07733 307216/ 07824 622764
PACE.CARDIFF@DWP.GSI.GOV.UK

This programme is for black, Asian and ethnic minority individuals, as well as European migrants, who have been unemployed for a long time. It is designed to help you get back into work and stay.

029 2022 1936
Kirsty.williams@sova.org.uk / Paige.Harvey@sova.org.uk

We provide expert advice, practical support and campaign for single parents.

029 2047 1900
wales@gingerbread.org.uk

Working with local partners to support access to employment, education, housing and healthcare supporting refugees living in Cardiff with leave to remain.

029 2087 1071
 Intoworkadviceservice@cardiff.gov.uk

We give vulnerable people the accommodation and support to live safer, happier, more independent lives and to become part of their communities. Are you an ex offender?

029 2066 8464
BOSS@thewallich.net

We give vulnerable people the accommodation and support to live safer, happier, more independent lives and to become part of their communities. Are you currently homeless?

029 2066 7920
David.Bennett@thewallich.net

Providing a wide range of services to people with mental health problems, supporting their independence, recovery, health and wellbeing.

029 2045 3840
loisatkinson@gofal.org.uk

Supporting Gypsies and Travellers in Cardiff with advice, guidance, campaigning, tenancy support and employability skills. Providing learning & training and undertaking consultancy & surveys for local authorities.

029 2021 4411
Info@gtwales.org.uk

Providing one-to-one coaching and advice from our team of experienced advisers.

029 2043 4470
Realiseyourpotential@cadwyn.co.uk

Employability plan to support tenants who have problems in terms of unemployment or poverty in.

029 2046 8495
jets@ccha.org.uk

Taff Housing association jobs and training programme helps Taff Tenants on their jobs journey delivering accredited Training courses to help existing TAFF tenants find suitable employment.

0800 1216064 / 029 2025 9146
clare.dickinson@taffhousing.co.uk

United Welsh’s tenancy Support scheme helps people who are struggling to establish or maintain their tenancy and live independently.

together@unitedwelsh.com

Active Inclusion helps to give local organisations the chance to support economically inactive and long term unemployed people back to employment. This could be through a range of interventions from developing work relevant skills, providing accredited qualifications and paid supported employment placements.

View all of our current projects

We offer free courses to young people aged 11 to 30 who are out of work, education and training and currently based in the UK.

029 2043 1500
webinfowa@princes-trust.org.uk

Supporting people currently in paid employment who are looking to gain further qualifications. The service is accessible to any individual living in Cardiff who holds a level 2 qualification or lower. Mentors specialise in helping individuals with their requirements.

Bright Futures Project offers 1:1 intensive, bespoke employment support to care experienced young people aged 16-24 years old. Within the project Youth Employment Mentors will provide financial assistance, extensive training opportunities and social activities to ensure their transition into employment is sustainable.

Bright Start Scheme is to offer care experienced young people a chance to complete six month work placements within an industry they are interested in as a career. Young people will receive a training allowance and support worker during the work placements. This is offered through the Bright Futures Project; so all young people wanting to do a work placement on this scheme will be on the Bright Futures Project. This will ensure pre-placement support gets them ready for the work placement and the young people have support once the placement finishes.

The Poppy Factory’s award-winning employability service supports veterans with physical and/or mental health conditions in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

We provide:

  • 1:1 support to prepare you for work
  • Assistance in CV preparation
  • Local job searching
  • Interview skills
  • Guidance on how to share information with employers about a disability or a criminal conviction.

Is a physical or mental health condition making it tough to find a job? The Poppy Factory’s award-winning service is here to help!

Call us on: 020 8939 1877

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