Mapping BME employment, enterprise and financial health providers in London Survey



As part of the Pathways to Economic Opportunities Programme (P2E), the Ubele Initiative (Ubele), in partnership with the London Community Foundation (LCF) and BTEG, is undertaking this pan-London mapping exercise of Black and minoritised ethnic (BME) led voluntary and community organisations (VSOs) involved in providing training and/or advice on employment and financial health support. 

This survey seeks to prioritise those VSOs that are BME led and/or support BME communities specifically around employment, enterprise and financial advice support. We take BME led to mean an organisation having 75% or more of its leadership and management from BME background (Funders Collective, DEI Data Standards, Dec 2020).

The information obtained from the survey will help to support BME-led and BME serving grassroots organizations who are delivering employability, enterprise, and financial health support in economically disadvantaged areas of London. We will use the aggregated findings to help inform and influence future investment into the sector. 

No personal detail or markers that would indicate who you are will be shared.