Enable2 CIC take home regional award for ‘Raising The Bar’

28 Nov 2018

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Enable2’s exceptional record of delivering community projects saw us take home a coveted Raising The Bar award at last night’s ceremony at Leeds Civic Hall. The West and North Yorkshire Chamber’s Raising the Bar Awards showcases local businesses that strive to be at the heart of their communities and work hard to improve the lives of people who live
and work there.

Enable2 were shortlisted in the Education category, in which they were praised on our varied social return work.

Social Return Manager Helen Hoyle commented “We have worked on 12 projects over the last twelve months, with just over £21k investment. This has meant that we have worked with 900 individuals in just one year and we are looking to grow that even more when we report our results for this period.”

Some of the initiatives that Enable2 have been involved with include: helping local dads have the opportunity to enjoy forest activities with their children, taking refugee children to farms and distributing nature poetry books to schools across Bradford.

Liz Weatherill, Managing Director at Enable2CIC spoke about her teams’ commitment to benefiting the communities in which they work. “We demonstrate a high level of social impact as well as success in working in partnership with many other local and national organisations to deliver our initiatives. We pride ourselves on delivering our core interpreting service at the highest levels of quality and our approach to community projects is the same. We have three key themes: health and wellbeing, language and culture and employment. We are immensely proud of the projects that we have worked with over the past year and are excited about the work we are planning into 2019."