January 16, 2023

STEP Now – Skills and Training for Young People

STEP NOW are eager to change this narrative and provide the younger disadvantaged generation with the awareness and mindset, they wish they had, when making decisions in vital areas of their lives, as they stepped into adulthood. Their objective is to use their relatability to empower, educate and mentor youths, through imparting knowledge, sharing relatable experiences and giving them a safe place to learn, be heard and stay motivated. They want to provide young people with the strength, mindset and tangible tools to overcome undesired experiences and not let their struggles define them, but rather use this resilient mindset to put them on a level playing field with their more privileged counterparts within society. STEP NOW is about prevention and using themselves as a relatable example, to show youths that there are alternatives to gang culture, a life on the road and just settling for mediocre. https://www.stepnow.co.uk/#/contact https://www.stepnow.co.uk/#/
January 16, 2023

Hatch – Business Support

HATCH supports underrepresented entrepreneurs to develop the knowledge, confidence, and skills needed to launch and grow a business. We do this through delivering workshops, events, and 1-2-1 volunteering support, connecting entrepreneurs in a vibrant supportive community, and building networks and partnerships with other organisations who share our vision. https://hatchenterprise.org/contact-us/ https://hatchenterprise.org/
January 16, 2023

RIPE Learning – Language and Employment Support

Ripe supports people through the development of the English Language, Maths, Digital and Essential workplace skills they need in order to progress into further education, employment, career advancement and fulfilling community engagement in their personal lives.? https://ripelearning.com/contact-us/ https://ripelearning.com/
January 16, 2023

Peabody Outreach service and Community pantry

A free council-funded support service providing housing related support and advice to Havering residents aged 16+. We also run a food pantry in Harold Hill on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1pm-4pm. communityfoodshop@peabody.org.uk Haveringfloatingsupport@peabody.org.uk / 01708 776770
January 16, 2023

Peabody Outreach service

A free council-funded support service providing housing related support and advice to people aged 16+. We aim to prevent and reduce homelessness across Essex. 8002888883 efsco-ordinator@peabody.org.uk
January 16, 2023

PeerUp Perks – Membership benefits and discounts for Peabody residents

Shopping cashback and discounts through online PeerUp membership. Users can set up digital vouchers, online discount codes or order discount cards to come through the post. Also free to enter £1000 lotto each month. Typically between 3% and 7% cashback at brands like Tesco, Sainsbury's, Iceland, Asda and Argos. Can be used as a budgeting tool to spend a certain amount and access cashback savings later. Works the same as MyExtras for Peabody staff. Video overview of the platform: https://vimeo.com/738219589/7d728632f9
January 16, 2023

Peabody Resident – Refer yourself to a range of Peabody teams

A form that residents can use to self-refer themselves to a range of Peabody support services (Finance support, Volunteering and TFST teams) - Staff can also use this form to refer residents to these services. https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=DR0GoEWe7k20bFVOqWLPUAiXBYtaXXdKrsiri6AmMzFUMUVCOEpVUUpHU0NIOVVJSFhJSzFUTTk1Ri4u