Our charitable work falls into three main categories; IT and digital inclusion projects, our more general reuse work and our PEAK education programme.

Our three retail outlets provide a safe and non pressurized environment to help individuals return to work, reduce their social isolation and improve their self esteem.

We use the IT equipment collected to deliver digital inclusion programmes aimed at hard to reach groups.

Our PEAK education project works with you people who are struggling with the traditional school environment and have been referred to us through the education system.


We also work in partnership with local community groups, housing associations and charities to develop unique programmes to help the most marginalised service users.


Employability programmes for adults with learning disabilities

Individuals can gain experience in a real work environment, learning skills, gaining confidence and tackling barriers to employment.

Employability programmes

We have recently started work with Newport City Homes, helping their tenants who are unemployed gain skills in IT. We have focussed on specific skills such as searching for jobs online, how to apply for these jobs and how to create a CV.

Our social programmes are designed in partnership with the groups that we work with, enabling them to create a course tailored to their service users. We can offer regular group sessions within the community, through to individual one to one support.

Get In Touch

If you would be interested in working with us, please contact Saffron Doney at the Wastesavers Reuse Centre on 01633 216 855.

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