CodeAtt is a London based not-for-profit organisation that is on a mission to create long-term social change by teaching life skills and industry specific coding skills to prison leavers and young people at risk of crime, which in turn, leads to high level employment opportunities. The organisation was founded in 2020 by Tariq Hassan, Michael Vreugdenhil and Josh Rolland and aims to reduce recidivism rates and improve employment opportunities while simultaneously re-educating employers and the general public that prisoner rehabilitation is achievable.
The small pot of funding will go towards CodeAtt’s (@CodeAtt) operational costs as it prepares to launch its first training initiatives
Wednesday, February 17 2021: CodeAtt, a provider of training for prisoners, prison leavers and young people at risk of crime, has today revealed it has been awarded a small pot of funding from UnLtd’s Inclusive Recovery Fund. The funding, which is the first pot of money that has been awarded to the organisation since its launch last year, will be used for operational costs over the next three months to help the business function on a day-to-day basis as it continues to work towards implementing its first training initiatives.
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