We help people to get further by working together
The Millin Charity has helped thousands of local people facing significant challenges, experiencing isolation or simply running out of options and not sure where to go next. By providing access to a support network of peers and services in the local community each person is able to find the help that best suits their own needs; through working together they have become socially and economically empowered, and able to make a much more active contribution to the local community.
Community-based support that makes a difference
A unique programme of enterprise-based accredited training, workshops and support for women to explore the potential of self-employment.
B Collective is our new community business which sells unqiue products designed by local artists who are working with The Millin Charity’s Women’s Trading Collective. Our new range of products can be purchased online from our B Collective Website & online shop.
An innovative project led by local women who volunteer their time in return for training, qualifications and real enterprise experience.
Fundraising and distribution of small enterprise grants to reduce the financial risk that can get in the way of women starting to trade.
News and events
Are you unemployed and looking for support to take the steps you need to move forward? Steps Together is our exciting new project providing a range of support services that will help you to explore your opportunities, learn new skills, increase your confidence, meet...read more
WORKING ON YOUR BUSINESS A NOTE FROM OUR BUSINESS ADVISOR: JANET CRESSWELL This week I want to discuss what makes an entrepreneur, and what do successful business women have in common. WHAT MAKES A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS? It's not easy to be successful in business, and...read more
The Millin Charity is thrilled to have received funds from the NET Coronavirus Appeal Fund at the Tyne & Wear and Northumberland Community Foundation to support local women whose businesses or start-ups have been affected or disrupted by Covid-19. This programme...read more