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Community Trust

Welcome to Hull Kingston Rovers Community Trust. Our role is to inspire people through sport and physical activity and to deliver real and lasting benefits in terms of education, health and wellbeing. We achieve this by working in schools, community clubs and communities across Hull and beyond. There is always lots of activity here at the Trust so keep an eye out for our latest news which will keep you up to date with all the new and existing programmes we are running.

The Team
We have a fantastic team at the Trust and we always welcome contact from people who want to find out more or who would like to work with us. Please don’t hesitate to use the contact details below to get in touch.

Helen Schofield – Trust Manager
Tel: 01482 780912  email: helen.schofield@hullkr.co.uk

Angie Rollinson – Office Manager and Company Secretary
Tel: 01482 780901  email: angie.rollinson@hullkr.co.uk

Amelia Lowis – Community Coach (Dance and Physical Literacy)
Tel: 01482 780908  email: Amelia.lowis@hullkr.co.uk

Ben Parker – Community Coach (Primary Rugby League)
Tel: 01482 780908  email ben.parker@hullkr.co.uk

Benn Hardcastle – Community Coach (Education and Play Touch RL)
Tel: 01482 780908  email benn.hardcastle@hullkr.co.uk

James Mobbs – Community Coach (Secondary Rugby League)
Tel: 01482 780908  email james.mobbs@hullkr.co.uk

Michael McBride – Business Assistant
Tel: 01482 780908 email michael.mcbride@hullkr.co.uk

Funders
The Trust is a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee with its own Board of Directors. We are a not for profit organisation and we are able to deliver the work we do due to the support of funders or through donations.

Our current funders:
Sky Try – which is a seven year programme that will support and develop grassroots participation of rugby league across the UK. More information can be found here: http://www.skytry.org
The Police and Crime Commissioner – this is a grant awarded through the Crime Reduction Fund to deliver diversionary activities. Look out for our “pop up pitch” appearing at venues across the city
The Big Lottery Fund – we have recently been awarded a grant through Awards for All to deliver Physical Literacy programmes to Foundation and Year 1 children
The Rank Foundation – this is part of a wider project taking place across Hull with a range of partner organisations to provide activities for young people. Our Youth Club which is held every Wednesday is funded through this
Humber Sports Partnership – HSP currently fund our Satellitte Clubs and some of our dance projects
Rubitec Engineering Ltd – Rubitec are a local company and have generously sponsored our summer rugby and dance camps which means we are able to offer them free of charge in 2015.
Newground Together – A new funder of an employability training project which will help unemployed people in Hull aged 16 plus to improve their chances of getting a job.

If you would like to know more about any of the above please contact us.