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Our History

The vision for the AP Foundation CIO was born in 2013, from a prison cell at High-Security HMP Belmarsh by its Executive Founder Andrew Pritchard. During his time away Andrew was commited to crime intervention and helping young people.

Upon his release from prison, he decided to form the AP Foundation to make a difference and by 2020 the organisation was approved for CIO status by the Charity Commission for England and Wales.

Frequently Asked Questions
What Does AP Foundation do?
AP Foundation CIO is a charity for, with and about crime prevention and youth intervention. We work to improve support, services, and recognition for ex-offenders who wish to turn their lives around. Our vision is that ex-offenders and returning citizens can access the help they need to build a brighter future.
What is the AP Foundation Network?
The AP Foundation Network is a group of organisations from accross the UK that have partnered up to offer training and employment services.
Who Does AP Foundation work with?
We work with a wide range of organisations and groups inluding;
Other Charities
Training Acadamies
UK Government Agencies
Criminal Justice System
We like to work with anyone that shares our vision and values.
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