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The LICENSED TRADE CHARITY has been providing free of charge support to licensed trade people for over 200 years. They have a website with around 60 free downloadable help sheets and a helpline that is available 24/7, 365 days a year that anyone can access whether they’ve been in the trade for 3 days or 30 years. Their helpline team offers practical advice and emotional support, and callers from the trade can even access 6 free telephone counselling sessions if they need to. For people who have been in the trade for 5 years or more the Licensed Trade Charity offers financial grants which can help with everything from the purchase of a washing machine to help with travel costs when undergoing hospital treatment, and rent arrears or rent deposits. Its goal is to help people in the trade to get back on their feet.

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ONLY A PAVEMENT AWAY connects hospitality employers with charities working with clients who are facing homelessness, prison leavers and veterans, to help them find and forge new careers within hospitality.

The charity facilitates employment opportunities within the industry,  training and development programmes, creating capability for work and, offers financial support to overcome the barriers to employment including support with rent and other costs which may hinder stability.

Their aim is to provide a pathway to employment and believe that everyone deserves an opportunity and a chance to forge a career.

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KAM deliver research with purpose to help businesses understand their customers better, they are thought leaders in consumer trends whilst supporting the growth and development of the hospitality and grocery retail sectors. Providing grocery retail and hospitality insights, research and media content alongside the latest industry trends. Their services include tailored research packages, media content, consultancy and thought leadership to name but a few. KAM are also integral in bringing the many pubs, breweries and members of the hospitality industry together to form the ‘Pedalling for Pubs 2019’ cycling team as well as being a core part of founding this fantastic initiative that will support those in need. KAM continue to ‘Get Behind the Bar’ by pedalling for pubs themselves when Founder and CEO Katy Moses and Creative Director Blake Gladman don their cycling gear and ‘saddle up’ in 2020 to tackle the challenge personally in Jordan.

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