Parent organisation of Community Links, Foundation and Bridging the Gap

Inspire North announces five-year Inclusive Business and Growth Strategy

Inspire North announces five-year
Inclusive Business and Growth Strategy
‘Future Proof’

We have been delivering mental health, dementia, supported housing and domestic abuse support services alongside criminal justice services since we formed in 2018 following the merger of Community Links with Foundation. 

We have successfully been supporting more than 12,000 people across the North of England and will continue to actively seek mergers and acquisitions to expand our market share and continue our financial growth over the next five years.

We are pleased to announce the publication of our Inclusive Growth and Business Strategy 2024 – 2029 ‘Future Proof’. 

Ruth Kettle, CEO at Inspire North said:

”In the last five years, we have supported more than 12,000 vulnerable people across West, South and North Yorkshire and into the Northeast. Our new five-year plan will ensure we continue to build on this success while delivering financial growth and, most importantly, build brighter futures for our clients by working to create a world where everyone matters.”

Claire Vilarrubi, Chair of the Board of Trustees at Inspire North, said:

”Inspire North has achieved prestigious Social Value Quality Mark® Bronze and Silver accreditations in the last two years, and has demonstrated open and transparent practice in its approach to delivering social and local value, including ethical governance, transparent decision-making, and an ethical culture. 

As a group, we are proud to be able to demonstrate that we have laid the foundations for delivering and measuring social value and the impact that we make for the people and communities we support.”