CHCP Foundation Articles
Our Warm Welcome get on their bikes thanks to charity grant
A St Helens charity that helps refugees and asylum seekers to bring life back to old bikes so they can use them as transport, was boosted recently by a grant of £874 from City Health Care Partnership Foundation.
Charity helps cycle club to Go-Ride
A grant of £1000 from City Health Care Partnership has helped a Hull cycling club to coach children to be safe, competent cyclists.
Charity funding gets people dancing
Funding from City Health Care Partnership Foundation, the charitable arm of health and care provider CHCP CIC, has allowed Hull Dance to provide inclusive contemporary dance classes in the city centre.
Grant helps dads get back to nature
A grant of £1,000 from City Health Care Partnership Foundation helped Whiston Area Dads Club give dads and males carers and their children a day out to remember with a K?maru Bushcraft Day at Knowsley Safari Park.
Giroscape Gardens: from rubble to rhubarb
Giroscape Community Association is transforming a city back garden on Coltman Street from an overgrown rubbish dump to a community asset that can be enjoyed and worked in by people with a range of mental and physical health problems. Thanks to a £1,000 grant from City Health Care Partnership Foundation, the work is progressing swiftly and local people are already starting to benefit.
Street Angels ready for what's around the corner...
Hull Street Angels Trinity were awarded a small grant from CHCP Foundation in December 2015, to provide resources, supplies and literature. The following is a short story of a typical night faced by the Street Angels.
Generous donation helps charity to raise over £700
A donation of over £500 was gratefully received by City Health Care Partnership Foundation (CHCP Foundation) from OfficeXpress. A luxurious Christmas Hamper was also donated to a raffle that raised a further £200.
Grants up for grabs
Time is nearly up for the latest round of small grant applications from City Health Care Partnership Foundation, which closes on 1 September 2015.
Sunday Girls turn on the turbo
A grant from City Health Care Partnership Foundation has helped the Sunday Girls Road Club, Hull’s women-only cycling club, to buy training ‘turbos’ to help with fitness, technique and inclusion.