Donation will help unemployed people

Pictured are BPC trustee Cllr Ramesh Srivastava (left) with Rebekka Clarkson (BPC Centre Manager) receiving the cheque for �16,050 from Ian Southcott, Cemex UK Community Affairs Manager.
Pictured are BPC trustee Cllr Ramesh Srivastava (left) with Rebekka Clarkson (BPC Centre Manager) receiving the cheque for �16,050 from Ian Southcott, Cemex UK Community Affairs Manager.
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Benn Partnership has received a further grant from Rugby Benevolent Fund to help fund the Beyond Recession Project for another year.

The project, which supports Rugby’s unemployed, is in its sixth year and has been supported by Rugby Benevolent Fund, a charity supported by cement manufacturing firm Cemex UK, since it started.

Pictured are BPC trustee Cllr Ramesh Srivastava (left) with Rebekka Clarkson (BPC Centre Manager) receiving the cheque for £16,050 from Ian Southcott, Cemex UK Community Affairs Manager.

The Beyond Recession Project aims to support the unemployed with job planning and also helps them to understand how changes to benefits rules will affect them. It also helps people get back into work.