Designing for Life, the charity that trains the social excluded as Web developers, is featured in the Trailblazer section of Revolution magazine.
Designing for Life is a Web agency that donates all its profits into training the socially excluded to become Web developers. It then hires them out to charities and businesses. Companies pay £550 a day for apprentices and charities £350 a day.
The agency grew out of Training for Life, the UK charity that was founded in 1995 to help socially excluded people back into work.
Read TRAILBLAZER: Charity begins @ the home page at Revolution magazine.
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