London organisations supported by Skills and Opportunities Fund


London organisations supported by Skills and Opportunities Fund

London Skills and Opportunities Fund winners explain how the funding will support their organisations in the future.

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Chain Reaction

Fliss Green, General Manager


 

London Wildlife Trust

Helen Wallis, Wild Talent Training Coordinator


 

Construction Youth Trust

Christine Townley, Executive Director


 

Tower Hamlets Education Business Partnership

Director, Helen Sanson


 

Artichoke

JoJo Tyhurst, Digital Communications Manager

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