Inclusion Fund

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Our Inclusion Fund

Because Result CIC was set up to support people from marginalised groups throughout society, much of our work is commissioned by employers, local authorities and charities rather than the individuals who benefit directly.

In recognition of the fact that many individuals from these groups would struggle to pay for our services themselves, we hold an Inclusion Fund through which we can offer occasional telephone/online coaching sessions at no cost to the individual.


Case Study

Thanks to a generous donation from the charity, 500 Acts of Kindness, we coached a remarkable young man, Jordan, who has Asperger's Syndrome. 500 Acts of Kindness is a fundraising group where 500 people donate £1 a week to support nominated people, families or organisations via a financial boost when they may need it most.

We asked Jordan if he'd share some of his thoughts on his inclusion-funded coaching experience with Result CIC.

"I’m Jordan, I’m mixed race from a background of English, Irish, Polish, and black Caribbean decent. I have lived with Asperger’s Syndrome for the last twenty-five years of my life.

I struggle with all aspects of what comes associated with the Asperger’s condition and here are a few that I’ve definitely tussled with: sensitive to noise, not being able to understand empathising and sympathising and communicating with others, social interactions. I struggle with taking things literally or too logically, getting easily frustrated and angry.

By having these coaching sessions, they have managed to positively change my perspective on the way I used to think about the world, those who are around me and those who are complete strangers.

Coaching was offered to me and although I was very hesitant about it, I decided to engage with it. My coach herself was very experienced in her field of work and made me feel comfortable, making the sessions all about me, which I loved, not at all did I feel forced to divulge important and personal information nor did I feel judged by her. I felt she was here for my wellbeing and that she really cared about how I was feeling.

I never thought I was good at so many things before I had these sessions. Finding ways to tinker and experiment with my way of rethinking with a clear mind was very fascinating, and so this helped me to cope in my own chaotic version of the world.

Coaching helped me with getting rid of some negative thoughts, helped me with frustration, and helped me with distracting myself, especially as I had huge issues with social media and the negative feedback I would sometimes receive.

My confidence is so much better that I’m now over 40,000 words into writing my own book on Asperger’s and the autism spectrum. My issues with social media in the past are nonexistent.

I would very much recommend coaching to anyone and everyone who feels the pressures of the world becoming a bit too big for its boots. I will always treasure and appreciate the time, patience and effort that's gone into making me enjoy life that much more."

Support our fund

Contributing to our Inclusion Fund is one way you can support us and the people and organisations we work with. 

You can also nominate people you think may benefit from the work that our Inclusion Fund allows us to do.

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