Involve Northwest CEO shortlisted for Barclays Women in Business Awards 2018


Justine Molyneux, has been shortlisted for the North West Women in Business Awards 2018 for the not for profit organisation category.


Justine will be attending the awards ceremony on Thursday, 5 July at Tatton Park. The event will include guest speakers Marnie Millard, CEO of Nichols Plc, Regional Chair of the CBI Northwest and winner of the Large Business Woman of the Year 2017 and Emma Mamo, the Head of Workplace Wellbeing at Mind.

“Barclays Celebrating Women in Business Awards” aims to recognise successful women who have excelled in their specific business, profession or organisation. It is a multi-category awards scheme, so please choose the category which best suits you or your nomination. Judges are looking for women or businesses that have made a real difference in business over the past 12 months. The essence of these awards is to discover and reward exceptional women and businesses that, through leadership, entrepreneurialism, mentoring skills, and/or ideas stand out from their peers. These awards are open to women working in companies in the North West region.

We wish Justine the best of luck for the evening and we at Involve Northwest believe Justine truly deserves this award.

For more information please call Royal Standard House on 0151 644 4500 or visit

Involve Northwest visit London to attend Investors in People Awards 2017


Involve Northwest attend the Investors in People Awards Evening 2016 at Old Billinsgate, London

“Wirral based business, Involve Northwest has been named as a leader in people management practice globally, having been ranked 7th in the category Gold 50 – 249 employee of the year award at the annual Investors in People Awards. ”

IIP Press Release


Justine Molyneux, Chief Executive Officer at Involve Northwest, has stated “It is a privilege to be ranked 7th for the Gold 50 – 249 employee of the year award; a clear indication of the dedication and hard- work the team has invested in the business. 11,000 entries from 75 countries entered, I’m exceptionally proud of what we have achieved and what we do as a Wirral based charity.”

For more information please call Royal Standard House on 0151 644 4500 or visit

Aviva Community Fund - Leapfrog Domestic Abuse Project

Well, it's that time again - the Aviva Community Fund scheme is open and we really need your help!

As you may already know, our LeapFrog service supports individuals in situations of domestic abuse and we would like to be able help more people to improve the quality of their lives in the future and #SayNo to domestic abuse.

No person should be abused by a partner; let alone a child having to witness this and the impact it can have on a young mind.

Merseyside Police figures showed officers responded to 6,893 calls of domestic abuse in Wirral in 2014, and there have been five domestic abuse murders in Wirral since 2012. This will undoubtedly have a profound effect on children who witness these harrowing scenes. This has potentially long term effects on children and, at present, the Leapfrog scheme is the only established project on Wirral to allow them to cope with what they have witnessed and /or experienced.

Without a statutory obligation to provide such a service, we believe it is still an essential service to change the acceptance of domestic abuse for our younger generation.

Your votes will help us to secure funding and allow us to continue a very worthy cause which many people tend to shy away from discussing, acting upon or simply do not realise what a hidden danger this is to young people.

Additionally, it will raise the profile of what is often a hidden and unheard of danger and let us support our young people and help them to keep their childhood; something which the majority of us take for granted.

Leapfrog is the only Wirral-based programme that's run for women and children who have experienced domestic abuse.

Leapfrog is a safe space for children and young people to talk about their experiences.

We support both women and children and re build relationship and trust again.

Voting takes less than 3 minutes and could help change a child's life forever.

Please help. To vote, click here

New Modern Slavery Policy introduced to Involve Northwest


This philosophy of involving communities and inspiring change is evident throughout all of its services, and is matched with the passion and enthusiasm of its staff, and the commitment and drive of its management team.

Involve Northwest have newly implemented a Modern Slavery Policy and Statement

“Involve Northwest has a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery. We work with integrity across all of our business and with our suppliers and partners. We will implement and enforce our own systems and controls to ensure that modern slavery does not take place anywhere in our organisation or in our supply chain.”

Modern Slavery Policy

Modern Slavery Statement


Justine Molyneux, Chief Executive Officer at Involve Northwest, has stated “Our contracts with our suppliers and delivery partners will place obligations on them to apply the principles of the Modern Slavery Act in their own business and supply chain and existing suppliers and partners will be assessed as part of our regular approved supplier review procedure.”

For more information please call Royal Standard House on 0151 644 4500 or visit

"It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas" with Involve and Progress to Excellence

Involve Northwest are teaming up with Progress to Excellence this Christmas to give our local Pensioners a day to remember!

Progress to Excellence's Head Office at the Pacific Road Business Hub in Birkenhead is closing it's doors for the day tomorrow, while staff from both Involve Northwest and Progress to Excellence put heart and soul into giving lonely and isolated older people from the local community a special festive treat.

Around 100 pensioners will sit down to a three-course Christmas lunch (with all the trimmings!) as part of a day of entertainment, fun and laughter, organised in partnership with the Wirral-based training provider.

Damian Burdin, Progress to Excellence CEO, explained: “In recent years we have seen first hand some of the amazing work done in the local community by Involve Northwest and have been particularly pleased to support their Christmas lunch for the elderly, usually held in a church hall in Birkenhead."

“This year, we thought they could come over to us at our new headquarters at Pacific Road! So we’re closing our business for the day and everyone’s putting their time and energy into giving everyone a Christmas treat to remember!”

The decorations and tree are already up in Pacific Road’s function room and a range of commercial cooking equipment is being brought in for everyone to prepare and cook lunch, assisted by staff from No. 4 Pacific Road, the Progress to Excellence bistro. Followed by festive entertainment, dancing, raffles and bingo.

Involve Northwest CEO, Justine Molyneux, said:“The Christmas party is a day we look forward to all year and it’s a privilege to be able to do this for the older people in our community. Many of them don’t get out much so, once they’ve had their lunch, we pack the afternoon with plenty of fun and good cheer.”