The Working Capital programme ended on the 31st October 2020.
Working Capital was a multi-million pound pilot programme aimed at helping people with long-term health conditions back into work.
The programme was developed in partnership with Cabinet Office and HM Treasury, the Department for Work and Pensions, London Councils, the Mayor of London and the London Enterprise Panel and was funded by the European Social Fund.
The Pilot intended to demonstrate that Central London Forward’s eight member local authorities bring together a complex array of local services and businesses across a to provide integrated support for residents facing multiple barriers to work.
The Pilot tested five key elements of delivery:
Working Capital was an innovative, pilot programme of integrated employment and health support for disabled people and those with health conditions.