RSPCA Hull & East Riding

Community grant award

Awarded £1,000 grant

RSPCA Hull & East Riding awarded £1,000 to help build a community garden

RSPCA Hull & East Riding

Branch general manager Alison Ripley said:

"We’re absolutely thrilled to have been awarded a KCOM community grant of £1,000.

"This grant will enable us to continue developing our Inner City Community Garden space into a vibrant and inclusive learning resource for our visiting schools, groups and families. We’re very much looking forward to partnering with KCOM as we transform our centre on Clough Road."

The RSPCA Hull & East Riding Branch was originally founded in 1903. We are an autonomous charity affiliated to the National RSPCA.

To continue operationally we are responsible for our own income generation. Our branch focus is being proactive in reducing cruelty to animals through community education. We teach empathy and compassion for all living creatures.

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Please outline how the KCOM Community Grant will be used

  • We are creating an inclusive community garden as a first-hand learning resource for visiting schools, groups and families.

Which members of the community would benefit from the grant?

This facility will provide us with additional options when planning our activity days and also extend the range of valuable experiences that we can offer to visiting schools and groups. We hope to see an increase in the number of schools and groups utilising our facilities.

How much funding are you seeking? Please give details of full project costs

We are seeking £1,000 towards the cost of creating a community garden which will host a range of activities for all.

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