The Fedcap Group is pleased to announce the launch of two new companies in the United Kingdom, Fedcap Employment and Fedcap Scotland, extending its operations and impact throughout the U.K.
The two newly-formed companies are part of Fedcap UK–a growing network of top-tiered nonprofit agencies dedicated to the well-being of the impoverished and disadvantaged. In the U.K., the two new enterprises will oversee major employment programs across the U.K. with the hiring of 130 employees to support the continuous delivery of services to thousands of people.
Last year, The Fedcap Group, led by President & CEO Christine McMahon, expanded its footprint internationally when it combined with Kennedy-Scott, a non-profit agency that provides employment services throughout the U.K. “We are very excited about our expanding UK enterprise,” said Ms. McMahon. “The formation of these new companies means we are able to create broader impact, further leveraging the proven models we’ve developed throughout the United States. We are partnering with seasoned professionals who bring first-hand knowledge of the communities and constituencies we will be serving and who have strong partnerships with businesses and enterprises throughout the United Kingdom.”
Fedcap Employment and Fedcap Scotland will be led by workforce development expert Brian Bell. “We’re delighted to be able to help secure the jobs of many people doing amazing work across the U.K. as we look to support people back to work, or even into work for the first time,” said Mr. Bell. “We believe that everything is possible, and we’re looking forward to helping people achieve what they want. This work is just the start. We are extremely ambitious and will be building on the experience and success of our parent company, The Fedcap Group, to develop and deliver further programs of support across Britain. We will innovate and help to transform the lives of as many people as possible.”
Fedcap UK is led by its President, Grant Collins, who is also SVP for Workforce Development at The Fedcap Group. “We’re thrilled to be expanding our operations in United Kingdom to widen our global reach and scale,” said Mr. Collins. “The models we have created here in the U.S. are replicable and are having measurable and sustainable impact and now the power of those models will be felt abroad.”
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