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YMCA Chief Embarks on Challenge 365

YMCA HUMBER Chief Executive Malcolm Smith is one of three members of our charity who are embarking on a year-long endurance challenge to raise funds for young people in North East Lincolnshire. FIND OUT MORE


Terrie ‘As One’ With Music Festival

A YOUNG person from our Foyer Project in Grimsby is hitting the big stage after being selected for the YMCA AsOne Festival, which will take place in Coventry over the weekend of 13th and 14th June. FIND OUT MORE


Come Smash A World Record

CAN you smash a World Record? That is the question YMCA Humber are asking you this April.

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Local Bands Help Gimme Shelter

YOUNG musicians from Hull helped raise money for youth homelessness at the Gimme Shelter concert, which was held in the city on Friday 21st February.

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YMCA Have A Recipe For Budgeting Success

YOUNG people from YMCA Humber are giving food for thought with a recipe book aimed at cooking on a tight budget.

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Oasis Immingham’s Second Sleep Easy Success

STAFF and pupils from Oasis Academy Immingham again slept rough…so others don’t have to at their second Sleep Easy event on 31st January.

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Shalom Give Youngsters 200 Reasons to Sleep Easy

YOUNG people from Shalom Youth Centre in Grimsby raised over £200 for North East Lincolnshire-based homeless charities through their first-ever Sleep Easy event on 31st January.

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Freshney Debut Sees Sleep Easy Record Broken

A RECORD number of participants took part in the Grimsby leg of Sleep Easy in 2014, as the YMCA’s flagship fundraising event bedded down at its new home in the multi-storey car park of Freshney Place Shopping Centre.

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Sleeping Rough’ians are First Past the Post

THERE was plenty of friendly competitive spirit amongst fundraisers of YMCA Humber’s Sleep Easy 2014 event

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From the House of Commons to the House of Card

THERE were plenty of high-profile rough sleepers at YMCA Humber’s Sleep Easy 2014 event but perhaps the most recognisable of them all was Scunthorpe MP Nic Dakin.

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