The EBP are celebrating after making the top 100 in this year’s NatWest Business #SE100 Index, highlighting the UK’s most outstanding social enterprises.
The NatWest SE100 Index recognises the UK’s leading social enterprises for their work in giving back, enriching communities, and making a positive contribution to society.
This year’s applicants were rigorously judged against their impact, business performance, leadership, resilience, and storytelling. Michelle Allison, Chief Executive of The EBP, commented “Making the SE100 index
recognises the fantastic impact The EBP has had on the lives of children and young people in Lincolnshire and surrounding areas.”
“All organisations are only as good as their people and I am absolutely delighted that our much needed work has once more been recognised. I’m exceptionally proud of my staffing team.”
Liz Burdett, Chair of the EBP Board commented “This is welcome recognition for The EBP and its hard working, committed staff, particularly through such difficult and challenging times.”
“We are delighted to be part of this leading group of social enterprises – which serves to highlight the significant impact we are all making within our local communities.”