As part of social enterprise Clean Slate Training and Employment and DHI (Developing Health and Independence), the HandyHelp company is a not-for-profit organization with income-generating services. The kinds of jobs offered include even the tiniest home repairs like changing light bulbs, making it a great choice for the elderly or people living with disabilities. Other services include moving, painting, gardening, and shelf installation.
"HandyHelp is a social enterprise, which means we're not about making a profit but making a difference. It means we want to do the right thing," they write on their website. "As well as doing right by our customers, we train and employ people who have been out of work for a while. You'll only see them once they're tried, tested and trusted."
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- By: Social Business EditorJun 3, 2014