As a not-for-profit initiative, we seek sponsorship funds to secure the long term future of the Awards. We invite organisations to provide financial support to develop the Green Gown Awards in return for sharing their sustainability knowledge and brand exposure.
The HOLEX network of Community Learning and Skills providers draws its membership from local authority services, specialist designated institutions and voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations. Founded in May 1995, it currently (as at summer 2015) has 105 subscribing members.
HOLEX exists to help further develop adult learning providers’ capacity to provide high quality, cost-effective adult learning opportunities within a publicly funded context. It assists and promotes the role of member organisations in extending and widening participation in FE sector activity, especially by adults who have not previously benefited from formal learning.
HOLEX activity is governed by the Association of Adult Education and Training Organisations (AAETO), a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee.