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More Vulnerable Women are Reaching Out to Us

Over the last year we’ve seen a substantial increase in referrals for vulnerable women escaping domestic abuse, sex work and destitution. Many of these have been from organisations like probation services and social services, but we have had a number of nurses contact us from the NHS about pregnant women and vulnerable children too. On […]

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RB Raises Thousands for Independent Living

We’ve had the pleasure of recently forming a business charity partnership with RB, the multinational consumer goods company based in Hull.  We want to say a massive thank you to them because they have been helping out in lots of ways and continue to offer crucial support.

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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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Helping a Family Move into their Very First Home

Thanks to all your amazing donations and the assistance of a very special little volunteer, this month we were able to help move a family into independent living for the very first time! Read more

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Herbie’s Up and Running

We’ve finally put the finishing touches on Herbie, our mobile community hub and retail coffee van, and he’s already hit the streets of Hull and the East Riding sporting some eye-catching HHCP branding. Read more

The Homelessness Reduction Act 2017 looks towards better homelessness prevention

With rough sleeping in UK having risen 134 percent since 2010, and the national charity Crisis estimating the core homeless population reached 236,00 in 2016 more than ever needs to be done to tackle all forms of homelessness, with improved and increased focus on prevention and a greater understanding of productive relief work, long gone are the days of a “sticking plaster” approach.

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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