Our Story

Starting out in 2000, Unlimited Potential began life as the Community Health Action Partnership. CHAP was an initiative that emerged from a small group of local people who wanted to be involved in planning new health services in Salford as part of the New Deal for Communities.

In 2009 the organisation converted into an industrial and provident society, for the benefit of the community (a “community benefit society”) and changed its name to Unlimited Potential.

Since 2007 when Unlimited Potential secured its first commercial contract, the organisation has continued to thrive and adapt by developing a range of high quality services with local communities as well as running social innovation projects.