Our Story so far...
Innovative Getting Families Ready for Work programme extended to third year.
Coalition government launches the Work Programme, reflecting payment by results policy Tomorrow's People has long argued for.
Praxis, research and innovation unit, launched to test new solutions to unemployment.
Independent report estimates every £100 spent on Tomorrow's People programmes benefits society by £240.
Heathfield Works! launched to offer a lifeline to unemployed young people in isolated rural communities.
ThinkForward, pioneering programme with Private Equity Foundation to improve work prospects of young people while still in school, launched.
Innovative programme supporting entire workless families launched in Maidstone.
Kennington Flower Stall social enterprise launched In2Work pilot launched with Metropolitan Police to offer a better future to gang members.
Pilot scheme launched to put employment advisers in GP surgeries.
Tomorrow's People becomes a fully independent charitable trust.
20th Anniversary: independent evaluation estimates the work of Tomorrow's People has benefited society by well over £450m.
Working It Out, life-changing 16-week programme for young people, launched.
Getting Out to Work launched, providing one-to-one support to ex-offenders.
Groundbreaking initiative, Getting London Working, launched.
Tomorrow's People-inspired New Deal programme launched under New Labour.
GrandMet Trust renamed Tomorrow's People.
New Steps young people's programme piloted in east London.
Launched first national Awards for Achievement.
Pioneered the introduction of a Jobclub to First Foyer, one of London's major homelessness centres.
First adult training scheme established in Ferguslie Park Estate, Scotland.
GrandMet Trust established in the wake of inner city unrest across the UK to tackle long-term unemployment.