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Coin Street

About Us

We provide opportunities and spaces for people to lead their own change. Our activities are wide and far reaching. From giving families and children the best start in life to supporting younger and older members of our community. 

We promote enterprise, creativity and lifelong learning whether that’s through providing employment, volunteering opportunities, nurturing enterprise or delivering programmes and activities. 

We create and maintain live, work and play spaces on land which we own. We provide housing that supports our community, champion co-operative housing, and influence local and national housing policy.

From sports and dance to healthy eating and gardening, we offer a range of facilities and activities accessible to everyone to support health and wellbeing in our community.

We are conscious that our neighbourhood is a small part of a global community and that we all need to work together to tackle the challenges faced by the earth and all who live on it.

We believe in mixed uses, a diverse economy and a diverse community. We want our neighbourhood to be a place where people feel happy and healthy, safe and secure, and where more than essential needs are met. A place that enables people to connect with each other, where they can build their confidence and skills whatever their age, and feel they belong. Most importantly we want our community to be resilient to life’s challenges.




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Black Lives Matter: Our Commitment 

To our Black staff, volunteers and communities. We recognise your anguish, pain, and turmoil as well as the systemic disadvantages you have experienced. As a community organisation, we are committed to providing spaces for people to lead their own change. The shocking killing of George Floyd and the subsequent Black Lives Matters protests have highlighted an urgent need for change to the structural inequalities of racism and discrimination that plague our society. We stand in solidarity with everyone actively speaking out against racial injustice to create change. We condemn all forms of racial injustice and discrimination; they have no place in our organisation, community and wider society.

We know that white privilege exists, and this is reflected in the profile of staff on our Leadership Team and across our Boards. We will work to change this. We have started having open and honest conversations across our staff teams and with young people about what changes we need to make to ensure our organisation is reflective of the diverse communities that we work with and how we can contribute towards systemic change. These conversations are ongoing and we look forward to sharing the outcomes with you. We realise that we need to do more to tackle the issues raised by the Black Lives Matter movement because they directly affect our staff members and the communities we serve. We aim to develop a more considered response to this as a priority.

No one should have to put up with racist comments or actions, but we understand that Black members of our community have put up with this throughout their lives. We recognise that we have a vital role to play in challenging and reverting this intolerable reality. We will not be silent on issues of racism and inequality but will use our resources to safeguard, support and listen to our community. Coin Street is proud to be truly at the heart of a diverse, vibrant and inspirational community and will continue to push for an equal, inclusive society.



Coin Street is committed to equality of opportunity and non-discrimination for all applicants and employees. Coin Street seeks to ensure we achieve diversity in our workforce regardless of gender, race, religious belief, nationality, ethnic/national origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability and welcomes applications from all candidates particularly those who identify as Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic as colleagues from these backgrounds are currently underrepresented in our organisation.



  • Creative: By looking for solutions rather than problems I will find better ways of doing things
  • Collaborative: By respecting the views of others we will learn, grow and achieve more together
  • Committed: I do what I say I am going to do and do the best job I can.

The 3 Cs are lived by all staff at Coin Street.



We are a committed member of the Race Equality Network; The Race Equality Network is a collaboration of organisations, individuals, race networks, experts in the field, allies, and employees. The focus is on creating solutions and implementing meaningful change. The shared goal is to ensure that this moment becomes a movement that creates change.

From 1 – 7 February 2021 we are proud to have taken part in their initiative, Race Equality Week. Race Equality Week is a UK-wide initiative to unite organisations and individuals in activity to address issues affecting ethnic minority employees. The Themes were Transparency and Accountability. Throughout the week we sent daily communications to our colleagues to facilitate the eradication of racism in our workplace.


Vist the Race Equality Network


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Chief Financial Officer

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