The Tigers Trust recognise sport is a proven method of tackling a wide range of issues such as health, unemployment and crime. The Trust provide young people from around Hull with access to free positive activities which include football. Sessions are held throughout the year as the Tigers Trust staff aim to interact and engage with young people in the area. The Trust works with Humberside Police so as to ensure they engage with young people who are in need of support and diversion. The Tigers Trust run a wide range of sessions around Hull and during the summer wanted to bring young people from different communities together. They achieved this by hosting three different football tournaments based on age categories. These were run in July and August. These events gave the Trust the opportunity to educate young people on sport, health and welfare, employment and volunteering. The Tigers Trust approached the Tribune Trust for help in supporting these tournaments. The Tribune Trust were delighted to make a grant of £1075 which helped pay for the hire of pitches, trophies and refreshments. The Chairman of the Tribune Trust, Hugh Bethell, is seen in the picture above presenting the cheque to Peter Walker from the Tigers Trust.
R-evolution received a grant of £1000 towards a cycling scheme for refugees.
YMCA Humber have been given a grant of £2774 towards their 'I'm possible' workshops.
The Trust have sponsored two young people on the CatZero programme.