Proud Supporters of The Inclusion Project

Hollywood Bowl - Garston


We are very proud and fortunate to be sponsored by the generous and loving people at the Hollywood Bowl in Garston. 

Watford Football Club


Watford FC generously give us access to their wonderful facilities as well as offer our Participants free tickets to games - we are very grateful, thank you. 

Welwyn Garden City Boxing Club


Welwyn Garden City Boxing Club is run by amazingly caring people whom support The Inclusion Project and are very generous towards The Inclusion Project and our Participants. 

Colney Heath Football Club


Colney Heath Football Club has helped The Inclusion Project with use of their venue, work experience projects and general love and support. 

Organisations we are proud to be part of

Hertfordshire Care Providers Association


We are proud to be part of The Hertfordshire Care Providers Association

University College London - STORM


The Inclusion Project is proud to be taking part in a pilot of STORM research (Stand Up For Me), this is a group programme designed by University College London

Skills for Care


We are very proud to be a member with Skills for Care to further enhance our Group Leaders. 



We are proud to have a membership with Base. 

Nasen - Helping Everyone Achieve


We are proud to be a Bronze Member with Nasen. 

Company Number - 50098757



We are proud to be a member with Add Vance.

Hertfordshire Help

Below is a downloadable Powerpoint document on getting the right support in Hertfordshire, please download and see for yourself.

Thank you.

2014 Care Act

We want to ensure that everyone is aware of their rights and have access to the 2014 Care Act, you can click below to download it in PDF format. 

Thank you.

Care Quality Commission Regulated

The CQC (Care Quality Commission)


We are proud to be registered with and regulated by the Care Quality Commission for our support at home sessions. 


Click below to view/download The Inclusion Project registration letter with The Care Quality Commission and Adult Social Care Quality Matters