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.
As a charity we rely on funding and donations to deliver projects that matter to our supporters and the wider community. If you would like to support the Trust and you shop online you can raise free donations by registering on www.easyfundraising.org.uk and choosing us as your cause.
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.
Trust Manager – Helen Schofield
Office Manager – Angie Jackson
Rugby League Development – Schools, Girls and Women, Disability and Community
Benn Hardcastle – Senior Coach
Ben Parker – Community Coach
Harry Cooke – Community Coach
Liam Waslin – Community Coach
Craig Spivey – Heritage Coordinator
Jodie Hammond – Heritage Admin/Volunteer Coordinator
Dance and Fitness
Amelia Lowis – Dance Coach
Rebecca Ward – Dance Coach
Health and Fitness
Mikey McBride – Community Coach
Chris Lowe – Nutritionist
Lizzie Borrill – Health Coordinator
Ian Watson – Employability Officer
Nick Todd – Employability Officer
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: www.skytry.org
Heritage Lottery Fund – We have received funding from HLF to develop a heritage programme relating to the heritage of Hull Kingston Rovers.
The Big Lottery Fund – We have recently been awarded funding through Awards for All to deliver Food For Thought.
Hull Military Covenant – We support ex-service personnel and their families into employment.
Efficiency North – Funding received to support our Learn with the Robins project supporting anyone who is unemployed aged 16 plus back into work.
EN:Able Community Investment Fund – Using funding from Efficiency North, Dance Together will link into the City of Culture bringing schools, communities and fans together to perform routines at games and in the community.
Social Action Fund – This funding supports our young volunteers programme.