Extended Community

Strong connections with organisations in France, Greece and the Greek islands enable us to get aid to where it’s needed most. We regularly send aid to Calais as well as several of our volunteers spending time with charities in the area. We also send aid in bulk twice a year to Greece and the islands, this will hopefully increase over the next few years.

Care4Calais is a volunteer run charity delivering essential aid and support to refugees living in the worst conditions across Northern France and Belgium.

Refugee Community Kitchen serves hot, nourishing meals to displaced people in the UK and France.

MARDi: Medical Aid for Refugees and Displaced people

Action For Education is a grassroots response to the refugee crisis in Greece.

Since HHfR started we have been overwhelmed by the support we have received from individuals and groups within the community, particularly the wonderful organisations that have offered to act as drop off points for the donations we receive.

Information for the Hull branch of Unison.

Established in 1983, The Warren Youth Project provides vital support services to young people in Hull.

Beverley Cherry Tree Community Centre provide top quality legal advice and assistance in welfare benefits, debt advice, consumer advice, employment advice and advocacy in order to set the best outcome for their clients.

The official website for The Parish Church of Saint Alban the Martyr on Hall Road in Hull.

The Open Doors Project works with asylum seekers, whether their claims have been accepted or turned down, who have become destitute. Their aim is to support refugees, enabling them to integrate into the local society help them live independent and confident lives.

The group meets every Thursday from 10am to 3pm At Princes Avenue Methodist Church, Hull.

Welcome to English was established in 2017, welcoming newcomers to Hull, helping them to make friends and improve their English.

Welcome House aspires to see asylum seekers and refugees empowered to build and lead fulfilling lives, connected to local services, integrated with local communities and actively contributing to society in the Hull & East Yorkshire area.

We work with several organisations and charities helping the homeless community in Hull, giving sleeping bags, tents and warm clothing when needed.

Project Hotdog are a homeless support group based in Hull. They hold 2 soup kitchen a week on a Saturday and Monday (they also cook for 3 other kitchen every week). They provide approximately 24000 hot meals a year. They also provide pack ups each night.

Hull Homeless Outreach operates in the UK and mission is to believe and make others believe in sharing, caring and helping those who are in need and who are less fortunate, lead better and easier lives. Thus they have established this foundation, Hull Homeless Outreach, so as to do what they claim to in our title; reach out to the homeless and offer them a helping hand.

Information for the Salvation Army in Hull.

Hull Homeless Community Project (HHCP) enable people to access timely and, where necessary, independent advice which prevents them from sleeping rough.

Our Values

At HHfR, we have witnessed the power of the collective and we are able to help purely down to the goodwill and generosity of the people of Hull and the surrounding areas. Although the scale and sheer enormity of the crisis can often be overwhelming, we firmly believe that every human being deserves dignity, empathy, compassion and respect. We also believe that when individuals work together, no matter how small the gesture, we can make a difference.

Change a Life Today

There are many ways in which you can help out, from donating clothing, and housewares to volunteering with us or holding fundraiser events. Every gesture, no matter how small, can really change someone’s life for the better.

Contact Us

If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact us on the email address below or by filling in the contact form. We are available at the drop-off point listed below every Saturday at 10am to 11.30am.


Hull Help For Refugees
314 Staveley Road,
(Old Wood Recycling Site),
Bilton Grange,
East Yorkshire,