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Supporting vulnerable & marginalised people living in the London Borough of Newham

Together, we achieve more - through employability support, digital training and upskilling, we empower people to reach their full potential

Our mission

To include the excluded through digital skills training, employment support, crisis support service and community cohesion and participation.

Our main activities

In every community, there is work to be done. In every nation, there are wounds to heal. In every heart, there is the power to do it.
Bespoke digital training programmes

that focus upon the needs of the digitally excluded, motivations, and lifestyles of participants. Young people: digital / tech / coding clubs.

Volunteer programme

Supporting users to rise into volunteering as community or digital champions - who help other digitally excluded residents.

Employability basics

English conversation, cv writing, career guidance, digital job search, interview presentation, job ready club.

Women’s empowerment

through our VoiceBox café supporting excluded women to understand, celebrate and participate in democracy and public life.

Survival basics

Crisis support, advocacy and welfare support plans; financial inclusion, money management (budgeting, saving, understanding the terminology).

Community engagement/health & wellbeing

Community events, health and wellbeing workshops, awareness raising workshops and events.

15 House of Lords members engaged with
our users to learn about their experiences

A visit from the House of Lords
to our Digital Inclusion Hub

Our impact

Big Issue

From online deals to job searches: How digital exclusion makes the cost of living even higher 

Apps, appointments...

In about ten minutes at Skills Enterprise you understand the critical need ...

From learner to volunteer

Dilara's journey from English My Way learner to valued Skills Enterprise volunteer

Supporting the local community

When the world is up against a global crisis, it tends to expose the cracks ...

Cost of living

Support available for Newham residents

In the media

Skills Enterprise project coordinator Malathy Muthu on BBC news with Helen Miller, CEO of Good Things Foundation

Mala is a Newham Changemaker for Step 37. There is a step for everyone. #WhatsYourStep. Visit to find out more.

Rt. Hon. Stephen Timms, MP - Highlighting Skills Enterprise's Community & Digital Inclusion milestones in the Parliament

Step into one of our digital skills workshops

Digital exclusion can affect anyone

Stronger together - impacting users

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Thank you funders!

  • Skills Enterprise
    Aston-Mansfield Community Centre
    1 Toronto Avenue, Manor Park
    London E12 5JF
    (Near ManorPark Library - opposite to Mina Stores)
  • Registered Charity No: 1120 254
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