Power Up 2.0 funded projects

Power Up funding has been awarded to organisations that take a variety of approaches, tackle different areas of inclusion and work with different groups of people in their communities.

  • The CRUMBS Project

    The CRUMBS Project

    The CRUMBS Project is a charitable foundation dedicated to supporting disadvantaged adults by providing learning and development programmes which enable them to develop a wide range of professional and life skills.

  • The Salvation Army – East of Scotland Division

    The Salvation Army – East of Scotland Division

    The Salvation Army is an organisation with a history of employability support in Edinburgh. Funding has been awarded to enhance their current employability support offer.

  • Renaisi


    Renaisi was founded by Hackney Council in 1998 to regenerate deprived neighbourhoods in Hackney, East London.

  • City Gateway

    City Gateway

    City Gateway is a charity based in East London, offering support, employment and apprenticeship opportunities for young people, women and families.

  • Generation


    Generation is part of a global charity established in 2005 to empower young people to build thriving, sustainable careers and to provide employers the highly-skilled, motivated talent they need.

  • Providence Row

    Providence Row

    Providence Row supports people in times of crisis, providing a safe space, food, warmth and access to advice & support. Through its employment & progression schemes and its mental and physical health services, Providence Row provide the tools that enable people to create healthy, independent lives.

  • Deaf Action

    Deaf Action

    Deaf Action exists to support the diversity of deaf people, including deaf users of British Sign Language (BSL), and those who are deafened, deafblind or hard of hearing. Its work is geared towards empowering all deaf people to achieve their potential and fully participate in society, with equality of rights, access and opportunity.

  • Bournemouth Churches Housing Association

    Bournemouth Churches Housing Association

    South West based charitable housing association BCHA was founded over 50 years ago with a continuing mission to meet housing needs and end homelessness.

  • Simon Community Scotland

    Simon Community Scotland

    Simon Community Scotland is Scotland's largest provider of homelessness services, with outreach and residential services across Glasgow, Edinburgh, Perth and central Scotland.