Cae Post is an innovative social enterprise based in Powys, providing waste management and recycling services across mid-Wales and north Shropshire.
Cae Post believes that employment and access to work are central to how people see themselves and that people with a range of disabilities, or who are disadvantaged in the labour market, should be given the same opportunity of contributing to their community through work.
The mission of Cae Post is to tackle disadvantage and create opportunity through environmental initiative.
We are a business just like any other but, as a social enterprise, the income we generate helps us fulfil our objectives to give everyone a chance to be part of the working world. We have been involved in this work for over 30 years and by purchasing our services or products, you are helping us to meet our objectives.
Find out about the range of recycling and other services we offer here.
Read the background story of Cae Post on this page.
Who we help
Society writes off a vast number of individuals as having nothing to contribute. This includes those with any form of disability; those who have been in trouble and convicted of a crime; those who have been addicted to alcohol or drugs, both illegal and prescribed; those that suffer from mental illness; those 18 to 24 year olds not in education, employment or training, and in fact anyone that society judges not to meet “the norm”.
We believe that by promoting the many individual achievements our beneficiaries make, Cae Post can help to create a more inclusive image for all those who are disadvantaged.
Cae Post has a management committee all of whom are volunteers and have an interest in its aims and a commitment to seeing the work succeed. Because of Cae Post’s legal structure – it is both a company and a charity – they are both trustees and directors and have responsibilities under both headings.
Celebrating our first 30 years!
In 2016, Cae Post is celebrating its 30th anniversary, so we thought we would take a look at what we’ve achieved in that time and look ahead to the future and our next 30 years. Read more here.