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Join us as a Partner!

The Hubb Foundation works with a number of great partners throughout the city in order to put on our holiday provision. We are always looking for new providers to work with, including: schools, community centres, activity providers and enrichment providers.

If you run an organisation (big or small) and think you'd like to get involved, please get in touch by emailing: info@thehubbfoundation.com.

You will find below a bit of information regarding some of the minimum operating standards that we require from our partners. If your organisation doesn't currently have all of these in place, please visit out 'Useful Resources' page for legislative and policy guidance. Alternatively, get in touch by using the e-mail above - we'd be happy to help you and your organisation on your journey. 

Provision Examples

  • Arts and crafts

  • Cooking

  • Wellbeing activities

  • Sports

  • STEM

  • Dancing

  • Music

  • Nutritional education

  • Outdoor pursuits

  • Team building

Cohorts

As a charity, we commission and coordinate holiday sessions for numerous cohorts of individuals, including:

  • Primary school setting (children aged 4-11)

  • Secondary school setting (children/young people 11-16)

  • Community setting (children/young people 4-16) *

  • Adult and/or family learning in community settings

A key part of our sessions are the activities on offer for attendees. Some of the activities we have previously included in our provision are:

Our Promise
Operating Standards

We pride ourselves on having strong relationships with our delivery partners. In sum, we commit ourselves to:

 

  1. Working closely with you to develop services that are appropriate, high quality and fit for purpose;

  2. Engaging with you and others in your markets to ensure we achieve the best value for the audiences that we wish to support in terms of quality, behaviours, price and social impact;

  3. Building strong, collaborative relationships with our partners and helping them to understand the environment in which we operate so they can meet our needs and especially the needs of our target audiences;

In order to keep all parties safe at our holiday provision, we ask that all providers working with young people have are enhanced DBS checked and that your organisation has the appropriate insurance for the activities you provide. In addition, we ask that all staff are appropriately qualified (i.e. UKCC level 2 coaching qualification or equivalent  for sports). In addition, we ask that providers provide us (where applicable) with a copy of the following policies:
  • Safeguarding
  • Data Protection
  • Equality & Inclusion
  • Health & Safety
  • Insurance Certificate