The Integrate Agency CIC
The Integrate Agency CIC is a social enterprise that supports the community through world class training, advocacy and support services.
Integrate was founded to be a community-focused outsourcing firm that defined the community of interest for the company as the entirety of the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector.
Our aim is to grow the market share of charities and social enterprises providing services in the community.
To do this we understand the importance of capacity and capability development for the sector.
We manage a select portfolio of 8-10 fundraising clients including The Reasons Why Foundation, Caius House and Aspire2inspire Dyslexia CIC.
In 2019 we were contracted by Lambeth Council to be the new CVS through which we have introduced VCSE support innovations such as #walkingthepatch.
From 2019, we have been contracted to deliver capacity building programmes for the Mayor of London Young Londoners Fund in Lambeth and Southwark and proud that we've supported groups to bid and successfully be granted funding for this programme that anywhere else in London.
As a contract prime, Integrate leads the Lambeth Disability Employment Consortium (LDEC), a European social Fund initiative supporting disabled people, furthest from employment into work.
Funded by DCMS, Integrate is tackling the cyber skills crisis, supporting Brixton-based under and un-employed single parents into entry level cybersecurity jobs through the Padlock programme, selected as a 2019 Vodafone Techstarter https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/future-technologies/techstarter-awards/
Padlock was the 2019 European winner of the $1.6m MIT #FutureofWork competition from over 1900 applications. Our MIT video is here https://youtu.be/eNgR_-4f-ms
Integrate was nominated for a 'Tech for Good' award at the 2019 Social Enterprise UK Awards and 'One to Watch' at the 2018 Social Enterprise UK Awards, and selected for the 2020 & 2019 The NatWest SE100 Index and named 'One to Watch' in the 2019 UBS Social Entrepreneur Index.