LifeLine are associated with the following partners and investors.
3sc fund LifeLine to deliver our Award-winning Vision, Identity, Purpose mentoring for young people at risk of becoming NEET in schools across East London.
LifeLine became a subcontractor of the Work Programme through A4e, funded by ESF, the DWP, and the Mayor of London. Delivery of this mandatory programme to residents of the London Boroughs of Havering, Redbridge and Barking & Dagenham commenced in 2011.
Croydon Council have commissioned LifeLine to deliver three evidence based parenting programmes on their behalf within Children's Centres in the Borough.
Department of Health
FaithAction was founded in 2006 by founding partners Faithworks, FaithRegen and lead organisation LifeLine. Initially part of the Cabinet Office Strategic partnership, in 2009 FaithAction became a partner of the Department of Health Strategic Partnership, a role which was re-awarded in 2013. LifeLine remains as the lead organisation and the National team have direct relationship with over 1200 member organisations throughout England.
In 2013 we were also awarded a contract to deliver 'FitMums', a programme designed to improve the health and fitness of young mothers in Barking & Dagenham.
LifeLine are subcontractors for Prime A4e, to deliver the governments Work Programme across the London Boroughs of Barking & Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge.
A number of LifeLine’s programmes which tackle worklessness are funded via the European Union’s Social Fund.
LifeLine provides our award-winning Vision, Identity, Purpose mentoring to young people in secondary schools who are at risk of being NEET.
LifeLine delivers the flexible support fund in Redbridge and Croydon
London Borough of Barking and Dagenham
LifeLine has had a relationship with the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham since our very beginning. We have managed and delivered a wide range of programmes on behalf of the council including Children’s Centres within the borough. The LifeLine Institute is an alternative school for young people in year 11 who have not been able to gain a school place either due to exclusion, social or mobility issues.
London Borough of Havering
The London Borough of Havering have commissioned LifeLine to deliver alternative schooling to the most disengaged young people in the Borough. The initial pilot was extended to include further numbers in 2012/13
Mayor of London
LifeLine is a subcontractor of the Work Programme through A4e, funded by ESF, the DWP, and the Mayor of London in the London Boroughs of Barking & Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge..
LifeLine and Prevista are the founding partners of the Croydon Providers Network. Prevista are key partners in South London, funding LifeLine to deliver our Award winning Vision, Identity, Purpose mentoring to young people at risk of becoming NEET in secondary schools.
LifeLine offers Information, Advice and Guidance to increasing volumes of people for the National Careers Service, through key partners Prospects.
Redbridge Community fund have awarded LifeLine a grant to train other organisations within the Borough to run SW!TCH id events - changing negative public perceptions of young people.
LifeLine provide our Award-winning Vision, Identity, Purpose mentoring to young people in secondary schools who are at risk of being NEET. This is funded by the Skills Funding Agency and the European Social Fund and managed by Serco Ltd.
Working Links are amongst our key partners, who have also subcontracted LifeLine to deliver some of their programmes which tackle worklessness amongst the hardest to reach. LifeLine has been subcontracted by Working Links to deliver the Ministry of Justice's National Offender Management Scheme (NOMS) in the London Boroughs of Havering, Redbridge and Barking & Dagenham. Delivery commenced at the beginning of 2012.