Pedal-powered coffee people

Make your next coffee one with social impact. We Walk The Line is a not for profit social enterprise that aims to coach young and disadvantaged people to be their own boss. All our employees will be young or disadvantaged people who wish to start their own business but…

Young People being failed by mainstream education

The latest study from accountancy firm Shelley Stock Hutter makes interesting reading for those interested in youth enterprise education. It reveals a huge appetite for entrepreneurship amongst young people as did last years Princes Trust / RBS survey. 65% of young people questioned said they would like to run…

December at We Walk The Line

It’s late December 2013 and the WWTL team have had some valuable feedback from local stakeholders in London – they love the idea and concept of WWTL and this has given us a real drive and determination to push forward with the programme.

What’s ‘We Walk The Line’ all about?

We Walk The Line is a environmentally friendly, sustainable social enterprise who will reinvest 100% of it’s profits into improving the lives of disadvantaged people who wish to be self employed.   Our objectives in the first phase of our development are to: Work with young people aged 18-24…

Walking The Line

October 14th and a new social enterprise is born from the passion and ambition of two people wanting to make a difference to the lives of disadvantaged people who express the desire to work for themselves and don’t know where to start. Be they unemployed young people who are…