The Tribune Trust

Supporting safer communities in the Humber Region


Helping Rooted in Hull


Rooted in Hull was founded in 2014. It is an agriculture project currently being developed on St Peter’s Street in the centre of Hull. Working in partnership with local business, Rooted in Hull has taken over a vacant development site transforming it into a community space and micro enterprise hub…

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Helping the Tigers Trust


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 s…

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Bikes & training for refugees


There are many refugees living in the Humberside area who are vulnerable and isolated in an unfamiliar country far from home. A key issue for refugees is transport. They cannot afford vehicles and in many cases public transport may not be available in some of the isolated areas they live. A scheme h…

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Helping YMCA Humber


YMCA Humber have experience of working with and supporting young people excluded from mainstream primary education. YMCA Humber recognise that mental health and emotional well-being can have a big impact on the development and achievements of young people. Their ‘I’m Possible’ workshop is des…

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Sponsorship for CatZero


CatZero is based in Hull and aims to address the challenge of young people who are not in employment, education or training. Cat-Zero work with the hardest to reach young people through the delivery of innovative youth development training programmes. These include training sessions, introduction to…

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A new kitchen for St Aidan's!


St Aidan’s church Southcoates Avenue in Hull serves an area that has some significant pockets of deprivation including some high levels of crime and anti-social behaviour. The church hope to refurbish their 50 year old Hut with the aim of extending its life as a community resource. Although operat…

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Helping Local Works


Local Works is a ‘not for profit’ social enterprise based in the East of Hull providing alternative education for young people aged 11 to 16. It is an approved supplier to the local authority of alternative education. Schools use Local Works as a way of building young people’s confidence sendi…

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Bringing bundles of joy!


Clare Raper and two other local mums set up a charity based in Beverley, serving the East Riding of Yorkshire and Hull. Bundles of Joy was launched on 1 November last year using Facebook as a platform for promotion ( Clare is a former teacher and has work…

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Welcome to our new Apprentice!


On Wednesday 3 May 2017 Tribune Trust Steering Group members gathered for their quarterly meeting, held this time at the Ropewalk in Barton. Here they were introduced to Humberside Police's newest apprentice Calum Carter. Thanks to a grant of £6,000 approved by the Tribune Trust, Humberside Police …

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Freddies goes Outward Bounding!


Frederick Holmes School in Hull is an all age community special school for pupils with severe physical disabilities and those with profound and multiple needs. The school’s pupils are vulnerable and spend their lives having to rely on others to meet their needs. The school is trying to fundraise …

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