What we do
Tailored employability support for women with convictions. From confidence building, to disclosing your conviction, we're here to help.
Matching women with the right opportunities. That could be jobs, volunteering, or something else. Whatever suits.
Working with policymakers and employers to break down the barriers between women with convictions and purposeful employment.
Our response to the Justice Committee's Women in Prison InquiryRead more
As job recovery starts, women with convictions should not be left behind
Mental health a big challenge as women with convictions look for work #MHAW2021
Blog, Case study
Daye: Truly Making a Difference
The year that changed us all: 5 ways the pandemic changed our employability support
If you're a woman looking to build a career but you're worried about your conviction, we can help. At Working Chance, we believe no woman should be held back by her past. That's why we support women with convictions to develop the confidence, self-belief and skills they need to find meaningful employment. Employment is about so much more than just an income - it means a bright future and the opportunity to contribute to society.
We work with companies of all sizes to find opportunities for women that match their skills and aspirations.
Working Chance made me realise that I am a valuable member of society, that I am worthy of a career and that I have the necessary skills and experience to find meaningful employment.Hannah Working Chance Client
women are currently being supported by us on their journeys to financial independence
women continue to be in work after six months
Want to diversify your workforce?
We work with organisations of all sizes and across all sectors to help them find dedicated and passionate staff. Our expert advisors can answer any questions you might have and guide you through the hiring process.
Industries we're currently working with
We need your help
We rely on donations to help us continue our vital work and support more women to achieve their potential.