The Phoenix Village Project is an exciting new Gloucestershire-based scheme that aims to help disenfranchised young adults break the cycle of social and economic exclusion. The Project has just been launched by an Albright IP client, Marksteen Adamson; the Executive creative director & partner of ASHA & CO.
The Project is aimed at young adults who have missed opportunities, fallen through educational gaps, or struggled with challenges such as homelessness or addiction.
Julia House, a Director and Chartered Trademark Attorney at Albright IP, is representing the company on the Phoenix Village Project and is a member of its advisory panel – helping to trademark the social enterprise’s new economic model, ‘The Giving Share’.
The model is based on the idea of building an attractive and creatively curated home for commercial businesses that pay a contribution towards the project, in turn providing a sustainable economic foundation on which a range of social services can operate.
These include social care, accredited skills training, autonomous health care and advanced mental health provision.
“The Phoenix Village Project is a great initiative, with its goal of ‘teaching enterprising skills and building sound minds for practical, social and personal regeneration’, said Julia House. “We’re really pleased to be part of such an important project, and look forward to helping it truly take off and grow.”
Albright IP is among a number of partners and supporters of the Phoenix Village Project. Other supporters of the Phoenix Village Project include The Nelson Trust, Gloucestershire County Council, Cheltenham Borough Homes, and The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gloucestershire.
Learn more at https://phoenixvillageproject.org/
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