Albion Cares is a programme introduced by The Albion Foundation to help disabled people get into employment.
Working alongside West Bromwich Albion, the project is not about looking at what someone with disabilities can't do, but what they can do.
The charity employs seven members of staff with a range of disabilities and or learning disabilities and all have added great value to the charity.
Any local businesses looking to get involved with the project should contact The Albion Foundation Director, Rob Lake via firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Kicks has been amazing to me"18 July 2017
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Register for the Blind Dave Colour Run17 July 2017
JOIN The Albion Foundation and Black Country legend 'Blind Dave' Heeley at the fun-packed Sandwell Valley Country Park 'Colour Fun Run'.
"Coming to The Foundation has made me a better person"12 July 2017
THERE was an evening of celebration at The Hawthorns as The Albion Foundation held its Education and Engagement Awards event.