A new online directory for charities and social enterprises working with offenders has been launched by Clinks to promote its work in criminal justice, it has been reported.
According to civilsociety.co.uk, the Cabinet Office provided £54,000 to fund The Partnership Finder which launched on Friday. It has more than 300 civil society organisations listed which can be searched for by location, size, track record and service provided.
Clive Martin, Clinks’ director, said: “We know prime providers are already turning to Partnership Finder to research and build their supply chains, as they know it will contain all the information they need at a glance. I would urge any organisations that have not yet registered to do so now and make the most of the opportunity to promote the fantastic work you do to rehabilitate offenders.”
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