Tag: Holbeck Together

Half-Term Holbeck Fun With ‘Kids Together’

Although we were only able to meet online or together safely within restrictions, Holbeck Together organised a jam-packed week of fun this half-term. Local children and their families joined us for a range of online activities throughout the week. They also enjoyed lots of nutritious, home-cooked meals, as well as

Report praises support for elderly from grassroots organisations

A new report has praised grassroots community groups in Leeds for the vital support they have provided for older people during the COVID-19 pandemic. The report, jointly compiled by the Centre for Ageing Better charitable foundation and Sheffield Hallam University’s Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research, highlights how Leeds

Healthy holidays thanks to Holbeck Together recipe packs

In a bid to promote healthy eating habits, alleviate holiday hunger and help out parents to feed their families during the school holidays, South Leeds not-for-profit organisation Holbeck Together has run a bi-weekly initiative providing food packs and recipe ideas for families. Funded by Leeds Community Foundation’s Healthy Holidays Fund,

Generations join for fundraising walkathon

Inspired by Yorkshire-born, Captain Sir Tom Moore, an Intergenerational Walkathon took place today (12 August 2020) on Holbeck Moor to raise money for non-for-profit organisation, Holbeck Together. The Leeds United Foundation has joined forces with the National Citizen Service to give teenagers (aged 15-17) the chance to develop life skills

Getting together with the Fire Service in Holbeck

Holbeck Together are continuing to deliver an emergency response to Covid-19 in Holbeck with help from West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service and Leeds City Council. Leeds City Council are providing 50 food parcels every week for Holbeck Together to support those who are shielding or unable to get out