Speaking Out CIC in Dudley were awarded £19,758.20 for their "Working towards a job and a home in the Black Country" employment project, supporting participants across the Black Country.
Community Action Wyre Forest were awarded £11,893.28 for their "CASE - Care and Social Employment" project, based in Stourbridge and delivered across Dudley and Wolverhampton.
Top Church Training were awarded £19,811.90 for their "Choices" employment project, a craft based programme for vulnerable women from Dudley.
Turning Point Solutions were awarded £20,000.00 for their "Women2Women" project, based in Stourbridge and supporting Dudley women.
Magic Touch were awarded £20,000 for their “Progression” project delivering health and beauty classes for women in Dudley.
DIYYA were awarded £19,999 for their “Remote Active Learning Project” delivering training online for help local women back into work and training.
Ryecroft Neighbourhood Resource Centre were awarded £19,135.31 for their "Walsall Working for Change" employment project, based in Ryecroft Hub.
Community Footprints in the Community were awarded £15,762.12 for their "Relating toTime for Me" women only project, also based in Ryecroft Hub.
Mindful Gifts CIC were awarded £18,836.00 for their "Developing Confidence" employment project based in Darlaston and supporting participants in Wolverhampton, Walsall and Sandwell.
Urban Hax CIC were awarded £19,819.70 for “The Creative Reach Project” working with unemployed people in Walsall who are interested in artistic pursuits.
One Love CIC were awarded £15,931.24 for the “Grow With Love” project which uses creative activities and training to help participants grow in confidence and move closer to work/ training.
Black Country Innovate CIC were awarded £19,970 for the “Unlock Your Potential” project to support local people interested in pursuing work in security.
Aaina Hub were awarded £ 19678.05 for the “Aaina Community Radio” project which supports local women in learning radio production.
BOS (Business Office Solutions) CIC were awarded £20,000.00 for "The Inspire Project" women only employment and skills project, based at their City Centre premises.
Wolverhampton Learning Platform CIC were awarded £20,000.00 for their "FISCAL - Financial Independence Supporting Communities Accessing Learning" project, based at 5 locations across the City.
I-enterskills were awarded £20,000.00 for their "Arise to Acheive" employment project, based in Blakenhall a deprived area of Wolverhampton.
TOPPS for the Community CIC were awarded £19,786.45 for their "Mentor Development Programme" employment project, based in Finchfield, close to Wolverhampton City Centre.
Wildside Activity Centre were awarded £7,356.01 for their "Enviroskills" employment project, based at their activity centre in Wolverhampton, a tranquil forest and canalside setting.
ConGens Group were awarded £15,476.48 for their "Black Country Apprentices" employment project, working with particpants in Bushbury.
BME United were awarded £19,661.55 for their "Steps to Employment Project" (STEP) based in Blakenhall, supporting participants in Wolverhampton, Walsall and Dudley.
Your Helping Hands were awarded £19,727.00 for their "Moving peopel closer to the job market" project, based close to the city centre and serving participants of Wolverhampton.
Midland Langar Seva Society were awarded £19,979.00 for their "MLSS Serving Communities 2" project, based in and supporting the people of Wolverhampton.
Aspiring Futures were awarded £17,692.41 for their “Put a Spin on Learning” project to support local women back into work and training.
School of Coding were awarded £19,970 for the “Code Your Future” project, teaching people interested in learning coding and digital skills.
BOS (Business Office Solutions) CIC were awarded £20,000 for the “Link Up” project to support local people gain skills and confidence to help them get back into work.
TOPPS for the Community CIC were awarded £19993.34 for the “Empowering Mentors to Support Young People Effectively” project to support local people interested in pursuing work supporting young people.
Nishkam Divine Service were awarded £ 19,987 for the “Skills For Life” project which aims to support local people to gain skills that help them get back into work/ training.
CEAL (Community Education Academy of Leadership) were awarded £20,000.00 for their "Pathways into Employment" project, based within their offices in West Bromwich and local Job Centres.
GEDS (Global Entrpreneurial Development Service) were awarded £18,500.60 for their "STER - Steps Towards Entrepreneurial Resilience" project, based in West Bromwich .
Jaikara CIC were awarded £19,943.00 for their "Vision for Innovation" employment project, working with particpants from Sandwell.
Tipton Young Asian Womens Forum were awarded £19,469.65 for their "Tipton Womens Job Club" a valued resource based in the heart of Tipton.
Sandwell Community Hubs CIO were awarded £ for their Rowley and Bristnall Job Clubs, the project will be delivered directly in Rowley and Bristnall.
Jubilee Park Centre were awarded £15,220.14 for their "Jubilee Job Club" employment project based in Jubilee Park.
Cradley Heath Community Centre were awarded £12,765.00 for their "Cradley Heath and Halesowen Employment Club" based in Cradley Heath and Halesowen.
Sandwell Community Hubs CIO were awarded £20,000.00 for their "Rowley and Bristnall Employment Clubs" based in Rowley and Bristnall providing valued resources for Sandwell particpants.
Illeys Community Association were awarded £18,242.32 for the "Illeys Employment Skills Hub" (IESH) based in Victoria Parks Skills Centre, another deprived area of Sandwell.
Community Advice Service were awarded £9,977.64 for their "Migrant Empoyment Club - MEC" based in Lodge Community Centre, West Bromwich.
Community Ventures CIC were awarded £14,025.20 for their "Community Ventures Employment" project, based in Wood Lane Community Centre, West Bromwich.
Community Connect Foundation were awarded £18,285.73 for their “Job Club” project to support unemployed people in the North Smethwick area.
EPIC CIC were awarded £17,954.80 for their “Upskilling Project” to support local people improve basic skills and improve their chances of getting work.
African French Speaking Community Support were awarded £19571.60 for the “African French Speaking Community Support Project” to help the community improve skills needed to progress into work and training.
European Welfare Association were awarded £19,446 for the “Start Today and Build Tomorrow” project specialising in supporting the local Polish community and supporting them back into work.