We’ve developed and managed projects for schoolchildren, young people at risk, serving and ex-prisoners, people experiencing homelessness, people with physical and mental health problems, social inclusion practitioners and many more.
Where We Work
In the UK, our main areas of work are in East London and Cambridge. Through our participation in EU funded projects, we’ve worked in many countries, including Italy, Germany, Norway and Spain.
Can We Help You?
The Seeds for Growth team can create engaging progression routes to overcome barriers to active participation in the worlds of work, culture and citizenship using a combination of arts, technology and business skills.
a little bit about us..
SEEDS for GROWTH
Seeds for Growth was launched in 2006 as a registered charity to advance the quality of life for people from disadvantaged communities by addressing their cultural, social, economic and health issues. The charity then expanded its remit with a new focus of devising arts and technology education programmes in the Criminal Justice Sector and other challenging settings.
Seeds for Growth has developed and expanded the range of services – based on a merger with Escape Artists, who since 1998 held arts festivals, launched theatre productions, staged exhibitions and ran conferences on social inclusion. The founder director of Escape Artists, Matthew Taylor, became a member of the Seeds for Growth team and then develop and delivered new UK and European programmes for the charity. Matthew Taylor is now managing and delivering the portfolio of Cambridge based projects.
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More than 10 Years of EU Project Experience
Seeds for Growth has worked with a wide variety of partners in the UK and across the EU to create progression routes into work, health and well-being.
Talk to us today to see if we can work together to create a truly inspiring progression route – using the arts, technology and business training – that will really make a difference to your client group.