Action West London have now published our 2022 -2023 Social Impact Report.
The Social Impact Report provides an overview of the positive effects and outcomes achieved through Action West London’s activities, projects, and initiatives. It assesses Action West London’s contributions to addressing social issues, improving communities, and creating a sustainable and equitable future. This report aims to provide stakeholders, including investors, employees, partners, and the wider public, with a comprehensive understanding of Action West London’s social impact and its commitment to making a difference.
Key Findings and Impact:
The Social Impact Report presents key findings regarding Action West London’s social impact achievements, challenges faced, and lessons learned. It provides insights into the tangible and intangible outcomes of the AWL initiatives and highlights specific success stories and transformative changes brought about by its intervention.
The data analyzed from AWL shows the following;
How many people we got into courses and employment
Between April 22 and March 23 we had;
- 556 project starts
- 170 clients completed short courses
- 254 clients into employment opportunities.
The vocational courses delivered, included Customer Service Training, SIA, and CSCS
Ethnic and Gender Demographics:
- 8.336% of beneficiaries were Asian or Asian British Indian
- 1.3% were mixed/multiple White and Black African
- 7.3% were from other ethnic groups
- 6.396% were White – Other
- 10.5% were White – English/Scottish/Northern Irish/British,
- 8.496% were Black or Black British – Other
Regarding gender demographics, the data revealed that there was a significant differences in the number of male and female beneficiaries. 84% of our clients where male and only 16% female.
Out of all the beneficiaries,
- 4% were in the age group of 16 to 17
- 52% were in the age group of 18 to 24
- 14% were in the age group of 25 to 30
- 19% were in the age group of 31 to 49
- 11% were over 50 years old.
These demographics suggest that we primarily helped more young adults between the ages of 18 and 24.
Where did our clients come from in London:
The report also presents data about where our clients came from in the different areas of London. The areas with the lowest percentages are Haringey and Bromley with 0.5% and 1.2% respectively, whereas the areas with the highest percentages are Ealing with 26.2% and Brent with 21.5%.
The Social Impact Report concludes by reaffirming Action West London’s commitment to social responsibility and sustainability. It emphasizes the importance of continued efforts to drive positive change and create a lasting social impact. The report serves as a testament to Action West London’s dedication to making a meaningful difference in the world and provides a roadmap for future endeavours. We hope that this data can be used by Action West London and other organizations to develop targeted programs and initiatives to address the needs of different demographic groups in different areas of London.
View the report here: