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As Seen in The Yorkshire Post

Exciting update: The Howarth Foundation were delighted to be recently featured in The Yorkshire Post. The article covers some of the valuable work we have accomplished to date in helping the homeless back into work. It also features interviews with some of the businesses who have generously given our clients the chance they needed! The full article

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End of Homelessness – Business Building Futures

As a successful family business with over 15 years standing, the directors and family members recognised the importance and value of addressing our Corporate Social Responsibility in a meaningful and practical way. Since its inception, Howarths has annually raised funds for various charities every one of which, we soon recognised, was exceptionally well subscribed and

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A Big Thank You For All Your Support Last…

We would just like to say Thank You to all our supporters who kindly attended the event last night. It was a great success sharing stories and networking with likeminded businesses. Organisations had the opportunity to build a bright future and make a genuine difference to the lives of people within the community of Kirklees

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Leeds United Football Club partner The Howarth Foundation

  Leeds United managing director, Angus Kinnear, has pledged his support on behalf of Leeds United Football Club to support The Howarth Foundation’s Business Building Futures initiative. Following a seminar in March at which Angus addressed the region’s businesses to discuss how they could do more to tackle homelessness across Leeds, the managing director offered a position for

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Youngsters fundraise for the homeless

Leeds United Foundation participants raise money for local charity. Youngsters from the Leeds United Foundation have raised £1,000 for a local charity that works with homeless people throughout the city.The participants are part of the National Citizen Service (NCS), a national programme delivered by the club’s official charity to develop communication, organisation and team-building skills

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Looking for a new opportunity?

We are looking for a fundraising volunteer to join our team! Do you have the personality and confidence to talk to decision makers in a business and most importantly would you like to feel that you have actually made a difference to someone’s life? The Howarth Foundation is a charity based in Cleckheaton that assist the

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Homelessness Awareness Seminar

The homeless of Leeds and businesses in the city are inextricably linked and enjoy a unique mutual and undervalued benefit. For the homeless or recently rehoused, who have perhaps experienced a chaotic lifestyle, finding meaningful employment is almost impossible and yet many possess untapped skills, experience and expertise. As a business you could engage a

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Word on the street – February Update

Latest homeless figures More than 300,000 people in Britain – equivalent to one in every 200 – are officially recorded as homeless or living in inadequate homes, according to figures released by the charity Shelter. Using official government data and freedom of information returns from local authorities, it estimates that 307,000 people are sleeping rough,

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So this is Christmas, what have we done?

The Howarth Foundation was registered as a charity as recently as February of this year (2017) and, as CEO, the first question I need to ask myself is; ‘has the charity met its aim and objectives over the first ten month and; has the organisation impacted positively upon the lives of others? It’s fair to

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Be an Angel and bake a cake for charity

National Baking Week 16th – 22nd October 2017 National Baking Week was founded by Pyrex in 2007, to encourage people to bake at home. With baking programmes on the TV such as Great British Bake Off on the rise people are now getting creative and trying out new recipes no matter what level of ability! Baking can stimulate the

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Could you help save a life?

World Suicide Prevention Day 10th September 2017 STOP SUICIDE!   At the ages of 16-24, homeless people are at least twice as likely to die as their housed contemporaries; for 25-34 year olds the ratio increases to four to five times, and at ages 35-44, to five to six times. In Yorkshire and Humberside 39%

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