What we do
Our award-winning projects promote economic development through learning and skills programmes; employability and job brokerage services; social enterprise and environmental campaigns. We promote learning and creativity with young people through schools and outreach. This can lead to apprenticeships or bridge the way back to education for young people who have fallen out of the system. Basic skills such as literacy and numeracy are also embedded into projects, so that people can successfully develop these skills. They can gain additional accreditation, while engaging on an enjoyable course that stimulates their interest.
The Homelessness, Employability and Learning Project (HELP) advises people in Westminster who are homeless or at risk of homelessness by finding employment and training opportunities to integrate them into their local communities.
Vital Regeneration delivers the Work Programme in Westminster to help local people move off benefits and into employment.
The Families Programme is a free and dedicated service designed to assist families and individuals residing in Westminster to create a better future.
Vital Youth inspires young people to re-engage with education, employment or training by developing their talents and skills.
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In our After Schools Clubs children learn about recycling, climate change and healthy eating, through fun and engaging activities.
Community Spaces Hub offers a wide range of facilities and activities. The Greenside Community Centre, on Lisson Green Estate NW8, is our flagship site and has become a focal point for the local community.
FreqOUT! uses technologies to engage socially excluded young people aged 8 to 25, inspiring them to tell their stories creatively. It increases young people's opportunities for employment, education and enterprise through accredited learning programmes.
Going Green is our estate-based sustainability programme, which promotes positive environmental behaviour. Community Green Champions promote recycling, composting and energy efficiency to residents living on high density social housing estates.