|Name:||The Turnaround Project|
|Address:||39 North street, Belfast, Antrim, BT1 1NA|
|Primary Contact||Richard Good|
|Location(s):||Antrim, Derry~Londonderry, Down, East Belfast, Greater Belfast, North Belfast, South Belfast, West Belfast|
|Clause(s):||Business development and knowledge sharing, Community engagement events, Donation of ICT devices to people at risk of digital exclusion, Environmental initiatives, Equality, diversity and inclusion strategy for the contract, Fair work policy, Financial donations to support people in NI to gain ICT Qualifications, Health & wellbeing strategy for staff, Health and wellbeing initiatives, In-work progression and skills development for staff, Micro enterprises in the supply chain, Paid employment, Paid employment for long term unemployed, Site visits, Skills development and educational attainment, Support for the VCSE sector, Use of social enterprises in the supply chain|
|Priorities:||People at risk of criminality / with an offending background, People from deprived areas, People who are considered to be disadvantaged in the labour market, People who are long-term unemployed|
We are a registered charity that provides transitional employment and coaching to people who have been through the criminal justice system. We do this via one of our two social enterprises; Big Loop Bikes ( Based at Queens we provide bike sales and repairs and also offer Dr Bike sessions/ bicycle maintenance classes to businesses) and Outwork (An award-winning property maintenance service. We offer a range of great value grounds maintenance and cleaning services for companies, organisations and domestic clients).
39 North street, Belfast, Antrim, BT1 1NA