£200k boost to help tackle causes of gender pay gap across North West
Almost £200,000 has been awarded by the Government to help people across the North West get back into work after lengthy career breaks spent caring for others.
St Helens Chamber of Commerce has been awarded £187,000 and Women Returners a further £110,000.
The funding was announced by the Minister for Women, Victoria Atkins.
In all, five organisations in England will share £489,050 from a new government start-up fund to help people who have taken lengthy career breaks to care for others get back into work.
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