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  • Local Food Pantry (Added 21/04/23 )

    Please see the latest details about our local food pantries.  The pantries are run several times a week at a variety of our centres.  Membership is £3.50 and is paid weekly. Cranmore Food Pantry, Cranmore & Raylands Community Centre, Cranmore Drive, Belle more

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    Tackling Health Inequalities (Added 15/07/21 )

    A new partnership project is launching, aiming to tackle health inequalities faced by families with young children in South Leeds. Funded by Leeds CCG (Clinical Commissioning Group), working closely with Involve,  Holbeck Together and St Lukes Cares, the project will more

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    Reducing Food Insecurity (Added 26/04/21 )

    Health for All is busy opening a network of community led Food Pantries across south and east Leeds to address the food poverty experienced by many local people. The Covid-19 pandemic increased the incidence of food insecurity and poverty generally. more

  • Cranmore and Raylands Community Centre

    A Successful Year (Added 26/04/21 )

    Cranmore and Raylands Community Centre ended its first year having helped over 450 people, reducing loneliness and poverty. Fully refurbished thanks to a range of funders, staffed by a team supported by National Lottery Community Fund, the Centre provided individual more

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    Health for All receives Children in Need funding (Added 10/02/21 )

    We will be delivering an exciting new project supported by Inspiring Futures grant jointly funded by BBC Children in Need and Youth Futures Foundation. The project will focus on positive activities to support children and young people to achieve their more

  • Health for All secures funding Covid-19 funding (Added 5/02/21 )

    Health for All has received a share of £9.5million of National Lottery funding to help recover from the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. The £100,000 grant has been awarded through the Covid-19 Community-Led Organisations Recovery Scheme (CCLORS). The scheme is led by independent trust Power to Change in partnership with Locality, The Ubele Initiative and Social Investment Business, and was part of The National Lottery Community Fund’s Coronavirus Community Support Fund, that launched in May last year.