The D Foundation aims to support young unemployed people with creative talents who want careers within this sector.
We will support them to become job-ready with relevant work experience on live projects through our publication, ASBO magazine.
All too often, not having valid work experience can lead to sustained unemployment or being under-employed. We work in partnership to support increased and improved destinations for learners when they complete their programme through our employer and agency links.
We support the widening participation of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to gain skills and employment and contribute to their respective communities, as well as opportunities for undergraduate students.
The aim is for diversity, and the organisation's structure is made up of people from many protected characteristics and genders.