Partners

  • Mapis Project CIC

    Mapis Project CIC provides engagement courses, training opportunities, mentoring services and accredited qualifications for vulnerable adults and disadvantaged young people. We work with adults at risk and young people from targeted groups to increase their confidence and employability. We specialise in fashion, design, hair & beauty and photography.

  • New Directions

    The Learning and Employment Service for Reading, providing part-time Adult Leisure Courses at four centres in Reading – teaching includes literacy, English language and basic maths. Also provides New Directions for Employment – a service which brings together the full range of facilities needed to guide and support you when you are looking for work. Job ...

  • Newbury College

    At Newbury College, we are committed to high quality learning opportunities for all individuals and employers in West Berkshire and the surrounding areas. We are very proud to have achieved certification in the Training Quality Standard. Along with IiP, the Matrix award, and Action for Inclusion this award confirms the high standard and quality of training ...

  • Reading Borough Council (RBC)

    The borough council has a huge range of duties and services that are fully detailed in its publications and on its website. Reading Voluntary Action works with different teams within the council in a range of ways to support or represent the Voluntary and Community Sector. The council leads on a range of community activities that partner ...

  • Reading Community Learning Centre (RCLC)

    This friendly and informal centre offers free first step learning opportunities to marginalised women from all minority ethnic communities and their pre-school age children through an on-site creche. Social activities and trips are organised from time to time to extend the range of experiences available to users and to foster friendships. The centre offers an information ...

  • Reading UK CIC

    Reading UK CIC is the economic development company for Reading. It is an enterprise that brings together all those sectors that have an interest in sustaining Reading’s world class economy. The Company does this through a programme of economic development activities based on: Influencing policy Marketing, promotion and PR Co-ordination of stakeholders and skills for business Business investment, support ...

  • Reading Voluntary Action (RVA)

    Reading Voluntary Action promotes strength within Reading’s voluntary and community sector (VCS) by providing information, access to resources, volunteer recruitment and training to people who work in or with charities, community groups and voluntary organisations. We support voluntary sector representation on cross sector partnership initiatives in Reading. Our specialist advice for VCS organisations is provided individually ...

  • Smart Works Reading

    Smart Works is a UK charity that is focused on helping out-of-work women on low incomes get back into the workforce. We provide interview coaching, high quality interview clothes and styling advice. We help women to feel confident, look fabulous, succeed at their job interview and move on with their life. Women come to us when ...

  • University of Reading

    The University of Reading is ranked in the top 1% of universities in the world. We are a global university that enjoys a world-class reputation for teaching, research and enterprise. The University was established in 1892, received its Royal Charter in 1926, and has developed into a leading force in British and international higher education. We are ...

  • Volunteer Centre West Berkshire

    Our mission since 1974 is to engage local people as stakeholders in their communities through voluntary action within West Berkshire. Our core services are: Volunteer recruitment – we provide a ‘job shop’ for volunteers providing free impartial information advice and guidance about volunteering in West Berkshire. Flexiteer service – short term volunteering opportunities Corporate volunteering project – Team ...


Stronger Together is funded by the Big Lottery and the European Social Fund.

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