Enham Trust delivers a wide range of services across eight counties in the south of England and is expanding into other regions. We deliver the majority of our services through contracts awarded by government departments and statutory bodies, such as the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) and local authorities.
Enham provides many services that empower people to make decisions about their lives including: employment opportunities and vocational training and learning programmes, as well as personal development programmes, housing, care and supported living options.
Each year, Enham works with approximately 3,000 disabled and disadvantaged people aged between 16 and 65 – with more than 80% of work now carried out outside the village of Enham Alamein. Enham has a growing number of offices across the country, approximately 271 staff and 100 volunteers.
Enham has helped tens of thousands of disabled people achieve their ambitions and life aims since it was founded in 1919. Today, we are a vibrant, growing and diverse organisation.
‘A world where disabled people can live the lives they choose’
To Maximise Opportunities for Disabled People to Live the Lives they Choose
To Empower Disabled People to exercise Choice and Control
To Create Opportunities for Disabled People to Work
To Ensure Sustainability of the Charity through Growth and Diversification
To Be a National Voice on Disability Issues