The Jericho Foundation supports people to become fulfilled, skilled and employed

The Jericho Story

We work with people who experience significant personal or occupational barriers to employment, training or social inclusion. Our aim is to provide these people with the skills and experience they need through our range of social enterprises. Read more

Latest News

ReUse Christmas Shop

21st November 2014
Internal workspace refurbished by Jericho Construction

Jericho Construction does it again!

20th October 2014

Jericho Construction have successfully achieved practical completion for yet another landmark third sector building. The Balsall Heath Academy for Social Enterprise by St Pauls CDT offers ‘state of the art’ serviced workshop type space for young people and social entrepreneurs looking to start new businesses. It is based on the old St Pauls nursery building […]

Jericho Foundation announces £150,000 enterprise hub for Birmingham NEETS

15th April 2014

Work on the Birmingham charity’s £150,000 project to create a unique business startup hub for disadvantaged young people is now well under way. Jericho Foundation’s project will create a business incubation and meeting hub linked into local Birmingham employment support services, giving new social enterprises and micro businesses a state-of-the-art facility in their local area […]

Jericho Expands Church Network

17th October 2013

Winson Green, Selly Oak, Ladywood, Smethwick, Hodgehill and counting….. The Jericho Foundation is currently returning to their roots as part of an initiative to expand outreach engagement with communities through a network of churches. Jericho itself, was born out of a simple advice service based out of Edward Rd Baptist Church back in the early […]

Meet the Client

Martin – creativity unleashed

On the outside of the Jericho building in Balsall Heath is a fantastic piece of graffiti art, encompassing all the different businesses we run. It was produced by a guy called Martin who was a client of ours about 5 years ago.


When Martin arrived, he’d mope around the building with his hoody up, not really making eye contact with anyone. But gradually through his time with us, the hood came down. We discovered that he’s a very good graphic designer and artist, and we helped him set up his own business.

As a thank you he painted the mural – a lasting reminder of potential released to bring life and colour to the community.