CHCP Foundation Articles
Grants helping to create a healthy culture
City Health Care Partnership Foundation, the charitable arm of health and care providers City Health Care Partnership CIC, has recently given out £20,000 in Culture Health+ grants to groups involved in arts based and creative activities.
Generous charity gives shirts to choir
City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP CIC) held their fifth annual staff awards ceremony in December last year. The aim of the scheme is to recognise, celebrate and reward the hard work of individuals and teams working for CHCP CIC.
Get creative with new Culture Health+ grants
To support and celebrate Hull’s status as 2017 City of Culture, City Health Care Partnership Foundation has launched a new programme of Culture Health+ grants.
Shoulder to Shoulder off to a flying start
A new drama group for the over 55s, Shoulder to Shoulder, has got off to a flying start thanks in part to a grant from City Health Care Partnership Foundation.
CHCP Foundation sponsors nurse to climb Kilimanjaro
Donna Craven, Infection Prevention and Control Nurse at City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP CIC) was awarded a staff sponsorship from the organisation’s Foundation charity of £500 to climb Mount Kilimanjaro to support The Daisy Appeal.
Charity cash for community groups
Nine voluntary and non-profit organisations have benefitted from the latest round of small grants handed out by City Health Care Partnership Foundation (CHCP Foundation). The latest beneficiaries include an under 7s rugby league team, an over 55s drama group and a black and minority ethnic community group.
The 'Global Gurlz' go global for the CHCP Foundation!
For Humberside Police Lifestyle 2014 Olivia and Leah Dalee along with their friends, Stephanie Sleight and Madison Taylor have come together to form the “Global Gurlz”. They have raised money for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and Cat Zero in Hull, with a substantial target of £400 to be raised for each charity.
Foundation funds for community groups
Over £5,000 was handed out to voluntary and non-profit organisations last week as City Health Care Partnership Foundation (CHCP Foundation) awarded its latest round of small grants.
Deli donations to city charity
Deli no.one, an artisan sandwich company based in the Pod at St Andrew’s Quay, is helping City Health Care Partnership Foundation by donating a percentage of all buffet sales to the charity.\r\n\r\nStaff at City Health Care Partnership CIC (CHCP CIC) have discovered Deli no.one’s sandwich shop since moving to their new Business Support Centre at Beacon Way and this has fostered a mutually beneficial relationship. \r\n