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NCS summer 2019 was our biggest yet

We have had an incredibly busy summer this year with our NCS volunteer projects. This year we welcomed over 122 young people to Hull Homeless as part of their social action projects with Tigers Trust and Hymers College for NCS – National Citizen Service.

These amazing young people gave us an incredible 3,660 hours of volunteering over the course of eight weeks, supporting the adults, families, and children we work with. From transforming gardens, decorating new homes, supporting our summer breakfast club for children, raising awareness, collecting supplies, food and organising sponsored events to raise money to help us buy back to school items for children in low income or destitute households.

We absolutely love being part of the NCS programme each summer. Special thanks to Tigers Trust and Hymers college for having us along for the ride again this year.

Well done to the hundreds of young people who took part in NCS across the region this year.

You can see how our summer with NCS progressed on our Instagram page @hhcp_

Visit NCS for more details about how to get involved at https://wearencs.com/


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Eastfield primary school walks Humber Bridge for HHCP

In July, the year 5 children at Eastfield primary school were busy collecting sponsors in their bid to walk across the Humber Bridge in aid of Hull Homeless.

We were invited into school to talk to the children about our work with vulnerable and at-risk families and children in Hull. We spoke about how we support them to avoid or escape homelessness and how we help them to achieve and maintain independence.

We could not miss the opportunity to spend the day with the children walking across the Humber bridge with the children and teachers. They were all absolute sweethearts, and all made it across, even those who were scared of heights.

Each class walked across the bridge separately while the other classes visited the fishing heritage museum. Our founder and CEO walked across the bridge and back with each and every class throughout the whole day, it was a very hot and sunny day, thankfully they had plenty of water and sun cream.

The whole year group enjoyed a picnic on the grass at the country park for lunch.

After the walk and all the sponsorship was collected in the children managed to raise over £1400!

Thank you to all the children, parents, and staff at Eastfield Primary for their kindness and amazing effort in helping us to support children in need across Hull.

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Will You Join us for the Hull 10K?

Last year, thousands of people took part in the Hull 10K, including a team that ran in aid of Hull Homeless Community Project. This year’s edition takes place on Sunday 2nd June and we’re looking for people of all abilities who would like to get involved. Read more

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Support a Family in Need through the HHCP Christmas Appeal

The run-up to Christmas has begun – trees are lighting up windows and the shops are full of bargains. It’s an exciting time for some, but not for everyone. Read more

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Hull CEO Sleepout was an Enormous Success  

On Thursday 15 November from 8pm till 6am, over 40 fantastic CEOs from Hull and East Yorkshire businesses chose to give up their bedrooms and sleep outdoors. The event was in aid of combatting homelessness and poverty with Emmaus, Tigers Trust and the team here at HHCP. Read more

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Hudgell Solicitors Smashed the Hull Marathon

On Sunday 28 September, thousands of amazing people turned up with water bottles in hand to tackle Hull’s biggest racing event of the year, the Hull Marathon. Earlier in 2018 other races such as Hull 10k, Hull Half Marathon and Humber Bridge Half Marathon put a fire in the belly of the public to train […]

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From Refurbishing Homes to Throwing a Teddy Bears Picnic

This summer was a scorcher, right? So you can imagine how thrilled we were when 70 young people gave up chilling with their ice creams in the sun to help us out. Tigers Trust organise a National Citizen Service (NCS) in our local area, funded by the Prince of Wales’s Charitable Foundation. NCS gives people […]

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Celebrating Community, Hope and Activism with Engage for Change

The Engage for Change music festival recently took place in our city’s beautiful Queen’s Gardens. The free event focuses on celebrating community, hope and activism, and was hosted by the Hull and District Trades Council.

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Thank You for Making the Hull 10K a Roaring Success

Thousands of excited and energetic people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities took to the streets of Hull on a sunny Sunday in June to support a wide range of local charities at the Jane Tomlinson’s Run For All Hull 10k Marathon.

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Look Out for Our Exciting New Social Arts Project

Starting this summer and running until 2019, we’re teaming up with Artlink Hull and Hudgell Trust to start an exciting new arts project for people recovering from homelessness, anxiety, social isolation and confidence issues. Read more