Enabling Positive Change
At Imployable we love people, our sole aim is to support people of all walks of life to believe and achieve in career success.
As we grow we will be actively supporting communities, organisations and individuals across the UK to achieve success and spark positive change. We have ambitious targets, we want to directly and indirectly affect change for good across many areas and improve general living from people in deprived areas to mental health and debt issues, collaboration is key.
We made the decision last year to find 3 people in sport who were doing exceptional things and support them in their quest to reach their potential. Imployable has made a commitment to supporting these exceptional people through their sporting careers as well as what they decide to do when they hang up their boots (and gloves).
Feel free to follow them on social media and show your support.
Chloe Cressey - Crystal Palace Ladies FC
Chloe Cressey is an 18 year old from Brighton who is an up and coming superstar in women’s football, having recently signed for Crystal Palace Ladies FC she has her heights set on developing and become a regular in the Ladies first team. Chloe’s ambition is to make a career in football. It’s going to take a lot of work but with her clear ambition and determination we know Chloe will do us proud.
Kyle Letheren - Plymouth Argyle FC
Kyle Letheren is a goalkeeper for League 1 club Plymouth Argyle FC. Kyle, from Llanelli, Wales has recently signed a new contract with PAFC after fighting back from the worst injury of his career – a testament to his professionalism and determination to succeed, he is a great role model to our imployable users.
Molly Hann - Plymouth Albion RFC
Molly Hann from Newton Abbott plays for Plymouth Albion Ladies RFC and is a regular fixture in the ladies team. Simultaneously working on her Degree in Sports Therapy at the University of St Mark and St John (Marjons) Plymouth, we wonder where she finds the time. Hard work and dedication to achieve her goals makes us extremely proud to support her.
There are 100’s of organisations across the UK with the same passion and determination to support members and former members of the UK’s armed forces. As an organisation founded by veterans, imployable works to find and help those organisations that work tirelessly to provide much needed support and help to our service men and women.
Our work in armed forces circles will never be complete, and neither can we be expert in every area of support needed, this is why we have partnered with military and civilian organisations that can offer only the very best in support to our users and give them a platform to connect and continue their great work.
ExFor+ provide effective, sustainable and longterm employment focused support for veterans, utilising a personalised and holistic approach to re-habilitation and training. They enable injured, multi-skilled and talented ex-forces and other related uniformed public services personnel, their families and those who live within their communities to re-enter civilian life and employment more effectively by providing information and guidance as well as signposting and enabling accelerated access to relevant charitable services
Icarus Online help people with post traumatic stress, insomnia, flashbacks, nightmares, anxiety & panic attacks, addictions, depression, isolation & loneliness, suicidal thoughts and attempts, anger, fears and family relationships – Icarus offer a wide range of conventional Therapies, complimentary therapies in any required combination immediately and in real time 24/7 to help Service personnel and ex-service personnel to recover from the effects of Military Trauma, Post Traumatic Stress and any associated conditions.
The Royal Marines Charity
The Royal Marines Charity exists to help the entire Royal Marines family. We are strong believers in once a Marine, always a Marine. We offer a range of services to both serving and veterans. If you need help, The Royal Marines Charity is here for you. From financial assistance to advice on finding a second, meaningful career. Explore our website or contact us to find out more.
We are currently looking for community projects that help disadvantaged children in education, along side education and training, the imployable team can actively support young people to identify potential careers and help guide them to entry. Do you know a community project in your area? Please get in touch