Local rehabilitative charity Key4Life, who is on a mission to give young offenders & those at risk a bright future by providing employment opportunities, hosted it’s latest “meet the employers” session at White City Place.
Key4Life’s Founder, Eva Hamilton, says: “The single most important route out of a life of crime is having a job. And yet over half of Britain’s companies will not give our young men another chance by denying them the opportunity of employment. So we are incredibly grateful to all those companies that provide a lifeline to our men by giving them jobs, including those that have never worked before.”
“Huge thanks to all those businesses who participated in our HMP Thameside ‘Meet the Employer’ seminar this week: Sony Music UK, Thames Water, Mediacom, Social Pantry, Landsec, Harbottle & Lewis, St James, Restaurant Associates, Leroy Cumberbatch and Bridge of Hope.
Any companies out there who are still yet to employ ex-offenders – we invite you to play your part, with the chance to be awarded our YOUNITED Flag in recognition of your support for this vital movement for corporate social change.”