Princess Royal Training Award 2022 winner
Light Foundations won in the category Supporting Employees’ Personal Development Journeys. Light Foundations aims to enhance individual personal and professional development through training, support, and mentorship. After identifying an opportunity to assist local people in finding employment, the organisation established a programme to develop the skills and work experience of ten new employees and enhance future employability. 70% of staff have secured full-time sustainable employment, with 30% still on the programme
Census Support Centre 2021
Light Foundations was awarded by The Good Things Foundation for contributions towards supporting households and individuals complete the Census 2021.
BE MOGUL Award 2016 Winner
The founder of Light Foundations has been awarded for her contribution to British communities and the economy through the community work of Light Foundations.
- Finalist in the Learning Excellence Awards 2022, in education.
- Hong Kong Welcome Programme 2022 – Light Foundations is one of 42 organisations supporting Hong Kong BN(O)s by providing accredited Anglia ESOL examinations and employability support. This initiative is recognised by No.10 and has been instrumental in the integration of the Hong Kong community into British society.
- DWP Kickstart Scheme 2021 – 2022 – Light Foundations was one of the employers and successfully supported 11 young people through the Kickstart scheme with 70% progressed into paid full-time employment and 10% into further education and 20% actually looking for work.
- Light Foundations is an approved Anglia English Examination Franchise offering English Examinations in different levels of English qualifications including UCAS Level 3 as Entry qualifications to UK universities and colleges, both in the UK and abroad.
We have also….
- Supported 43 local people with bills, food packages, and other essentials through the Household Support funded by Ealing Council/DWP.
- Supported 38 people through wellbeing/mental health sessions via a Health Program funded by Near Neighbours.
- Supported more than 100 people, with 50 successful completions in West Ealing/Perivale/Hackney funded by Ealing Council/DHLLC.
- Community conversation supported 18 participants discussing issues with learning sand courses, funded by GLA.