Our impact

At Resurgo, we know that good intentions alone just won’t cut it.

So, measuring and managing our impact to a high standard is fundamental to our ethos.

Impact matters to us.
Read more about how this has played out
over the past year in our latest Impact Report.

In 2023:

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  • 1,054 trainees

    were supported on the Spear Programme

  • 94% of trainees

    who completed the Spear Progamme were in touch with us 12 months later  

  • 92 Spear trainees

    were hired through our ‘Hire Me’ events

  • 10 Chief Executives

    received expert coaching from our Consultancy team

  • 120 hours

    of Impact Consultancy were delivered to organisations

  • 95% of delegates

    agreed our Consultancy programmes made a positive difference to their relationships at work

10,000+
young people have now enrolled on the Spear Programme
91%
of the young people on the Spear Programme in 2023 faced at least one barrier to employment*

69% were claiming benefits and 10% had personal or family involvement in crime

75%
of young people who complete Spear Foundation are still in work or education one year later.

‘Spear Foundation’ refers to the initial 6-week phase of the Spear Programme; this is followed by one year of coaching support.

Our Impact Publications

* We measure 13 barriers to employment, including: received free school meals** in year 11; parents/guardians claimed benefits**; lived in care at some point; someone in household of close friends has been involved in crime or gone to prison; less than 5 GCSEs (A*-C) in year 11; carer more than 16 hours a week; have had a social worker; have a criminal record; council/supported/temporary/emergency housing; mental illness that has significant impact on daily activities; physical disability that has significant impact on daily activities; learning difficulty that has significant impact on daily activities; other stress factor. We track those 

** These, as well as ‘long-term unemployed’ are not strictly ‘barriers’, but do indicate additional challenges young people may face.