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Helping the unemployed on state benefits into gainful employment
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Currently, The Fair Work Fair Pay Foundation does not have an office address.

Please get in touch on 07835 936 019 if you could donate free or offer ‘cost-effective’ office space in Salisbury or the surrounding area within a push bike ride from the City Centre.

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Our Help

Perhaps the Job Centre empowers people not to work and the payment of state benefits removes the need to

work for a wage but how best to make the transition from relying on benefits into gainful work that promotes dignity and generates self-esteem? Read more...

Your Help

By giving a donation directly to the charity or by giving a donation for voluntary work completed by one of

Your Help

the charities volunteers, you will be helping unemployed people claiming state benefits seek and find gainful employment so reducing the overall demand on the state benefit system and reduce the financial demand on tax paying members of our society. Read more...

Get Involved

The charity plans to operate initially in the City of Salisbury then the surrounding counties; reaching out

Get Involved

across England; and then the UK.

Ethos Statement

The mission of the charity is to help the unemployed claiming state benefits into gainful employment and so help relieve poverty and restore dignity. Those who find employment or create new employment opportunities will benefit financially and spiritually becoming good role models to their families, friends and neighbours. We plan to do this through a growing network of local church based centres and in such a way that people can experience and respond to the love of God.

Ethos Statement

‘Helping the unemployed claiming state benefits into gainful employment.’

This charity empowers those who want to stop claiming benefits by finding or creating gainful employment in the first instance by actively seeking voluntary work from and for their neighbours. These neighbours may choose to make a financial donation to the charity and any donations would be used to support the volunteers in practical ways. Volunteers may continue to claim state benefits until they have found or established gainful employment at which time they may stop claiming benefits. By achieving sustainable gainful employment the vices and associated financial demands linked with unemployment may be reduced. The volunteers and those finding employment will gain self-esteem with the opportunity to contribute positively both socially and financially within society. The work of the charity and its volunteers is based on the Christian principle ‘Love God and love your neighbours as you wish to be loved your self.’  We pray that a growth in Christian values will result from volunteers interacting with their neighbours within diverse communities first locally and then nationally.

Love God and love your neighbours as you wish to be loved yourself