WB Foundation's 1st Cohort

Foundation offers free support to region’s organisations

Wosskow Brown Foundation, who in 2014 pledged to help 100 businesses, 100 charities and social enterprises, and 100 sports clubs across the region has now announced a new call for their second programme under the WB100 initiative.

 “We have pledged to help 300 businesses, charities, social enterprises and sports clubs between 2014-19 to assist in the regeneration of our local economy.”

Richard Caborn, former Industry and Sports Minister and driving force behind the Olympic Legacy Park at Don Valley, recently praised the Wosskow Brown Foundation initiative calling it ‘a model for the UK to follow.’

Hugo Russell, owner of start up Now Then Cleaners said, “The Wosskow Brown Foundation has really helped to put the foundations in place for Now Then Cleaners. From great advice and networking opportunities to the business incubation space and seminars we have and continued to receive has been of immeasurable help as a start up business.”

Programme Director Jim Lawson said, “Our offer is to provide 20 hours of free support to these organisations to assist them to achieve their ambitions for growth. We are now looking for a further 40 organisations to support so if this is you we’d love to hear from you.

To apply for support from the Foundation please contact Jim Lawson - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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