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Hubb Foundation’s Adam Yates speaks with BBC celebrating the charity’s millionth meal

The Hubb Foundation supporting thousands of vulnerable children and families during the school holidays are set to provide their millionth meal in Stoke-on-Trent. Adam Yates the Chief Executive Officer speaks to the BBC about the positive impact it’s made in the community. To read the BBC article visit here. To listen to the interview see the below player. Contact the Hubb Foundation on 01782 228801 for an informal chat with Adam Yates, our Chief Operating

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Hubb Foundation to discuss the overlap between social disadvantage and low attendance at School Attendance Digital Conference panel

Adam Yates, Chief Operating Officer at the Hubb Foundation will be taking part in a panel discussion on the correlation between social disadvantage, and low attendance in education on 3rd July 2024. Taking an Intersectional Approach Adam will explore the external barriers faced by pupils that are persistently absent to help attendance leads and education welfare teams work with pupils and their families to address their specific needs. He’ll also be providing key signposting to

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Business Champions Press Release

A charity that transforms young people’s lives in Stoke-on-Trent is urging the city’s business community to help support its new campaign, to ensure families can continue to access its services. The Hubb Foundation makes school children’s holidays happier, with free food, free activities and free spaces – and is on track to deliver its one-millionth meal next year. But the charity is calling for help, as its funding for October’s half term in 2024 –

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New website function helps families connect with The Hubb Foundation

A charity that transforms young people’s lives in Stoke-on-Trent has introduced a new feature to its online systems to help more people across the community to access its services. The Hubb Foundation, which makes school children’s holidays happier, with free food, free activities and free spaces, has introduced an assistive accessibility toolbar on its website www.thehubbfoundation.com to help young people and their families get the information they need in a format that works for them. The new toolbar will allow

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This week at Hubb Foundation; Awards, Community and Culinary Creativity

It’s been a bustling week here at the Hubb Foundation; from a new recipe reveal, awards show nomination and a community forum, we can’t wait to tell you about what we’ve been up to! We’re Totally Stoked! We were so proud to have been nominated for the Best Collaborative Project and Biggest Giver awards. We credit these nominations to our team’s hard work and dedication across the Stoke-on-Trent region. The Best Collaborative Project award nomination

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It’s our Birthday: 5 years in, 5 years on!

We are recruiting! In 2018 Carol Shannahan OBE implemented her vision to positively impact the lives of vulnerable children and their families in Stoke-on-Trent. Carol’s initiative under the “Aye up duck” banner became The Hubb Foundation, establishing the charity in 2019. Carol recruited Adam Yates and his team into Synectics Solutions Ltd, seconding them immediately into The Hubb Foundation to lead and implement the charity’s mission of ‘developing the physical, mental and emotional wellbeing of

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Olympic Spirit for children in Stoke-on-Trent!

December saw Staffordshire Olympians Adam Burgess and Ben Williams work with the JCB Christmas Toy appeal. Playing the role of Santa Claus, they personally delivered gifts that were generously collected by employees at 14 collection points, strategically set up at JCB plants to help deserving children in time for Christmas. The appeal arrived in the reception areas across its sites in November as employees donated new and unwrapped toys. The JCB staff really got to

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‘An increasing demand for support’; The Hubb’s COO talks with BBC Midlands Today

The Hubb Foundation recently featured on BBC Midlands Today whilst undertaking the coordination of 170 Holiday Activity & Food (HAF) sessions over the Christmas break. The sessions were aimed at providing crucial physical and enrichment activities, as well as healthy food, to children aged 4-16 across the Stoke-on-Trent region, as part of the organisation’s commitment to affect social change. Live at a HAF session, Adam Yates, COO of The Hubb Foundation, spoke with Midlands Today,

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