Health Works for Cornwall is a £9.75m European Social Fund (ESF) project for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. Of the £9.75m, £7.5m comes from the ESF with the principal match funding coming from Cornwall Council. Cornwall Development Company is leading the project in partnership with 11 other organisations all of whom have been specifically chosen because of their expertise and decades of experience in running programmes with the identified target groups. The project is designed to support 5,500 workless individuals where there are health related barriers to employment, through Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG) principles. Health Works for Cornwall will develop collaborative and innovative solutions that will address the underlying key challenges of breaking the cycle of ill health and/or reliance on benefits that can lead to issues such as low earnings, household income issues, long term unemployment, poverty and debt. This is an employment support programme meaning that the principal goal is to progress participants into work. The project started delivery in December 2020 and CDC is seeking full design, development, hosting, implementation, maintenance, security and management of a new Health Works for Cornwall website to raise the profile of the programme, attract eligible participants and signpost to the appropriate delivery partner and attract potential employers and organisations who may support participants on the programme.