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Catch22 unlocks innovation through collaborative partnerships. Together, we tackle the pressing issues in public services.

Current partnerships

Movement to Work

Movement to Work is a charity coalition of the UK’s leading employers, civil society and government, supporting young people break the ‘no job – no experience’ cycle that stops talented people get into education, employment or training. Catch22 connects people facing barriers to work to the quality work placements in the Movement to Work network. Together, we want to open up opportunity, give young people a valuable experience of the workplace and bring about lasting social change.

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We have joined forces with FutureDotNow to work on our shared mission of driving change, to ensure that everyone across the UK can thrive in a digital world. We're working together to boost the UK's digital skills, while focusing on learning and skills that individuals can use in the workforce.

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Employability and training

Catch22 offers employment and training opportunities for people with barriers to work. We do this through our flagship Barclay’s programme, Connect with Work, government funding and corporate partners. Because there is no ‘one size fits all’, we build bespoke plans for each person we support. Over time, we’ve built great relationships with businesses, helping them open up their organisations to diverse talent. Our advisors are out in the community, working shoulder to shoulder with local organisations to help the people who need it most.

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Emotional wellbeing for young people - The Hive

The Hive is a free health and wellbeing service for young people aged 16 to 24 in Camden. The centre offers drop in counselling, employment advice, substance misuse advice, sexual health clinics and a range of social activities, from yoga to cooking classes to trips to museums. The centre is built on a partnership between Camden Council, Camden CCG, The Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust, The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, The Anna Freud Centre, The Brandon centre, The Winch and The Integrate Movement. The Hive helps young people every day receive immediate care, advice and support.

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Because of family breakdown, many of the children have no adults in their life they can turn to – no support networks. The most vulnerable come to us first.

Clinical Lead, The Hive


Kat Dixon | Head of Partnership Development

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