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Holiday Activities & Parent Support

Together Leeds
Information on where to get help and support

Information on the school uniform exchange, free winter coats and together for sport- sports equipment and kits.
Leeds Baby Bank
Providing equipment and clothing for babies and young people
BBC Children in Need Emergency Essential Programme, Family Fund.
The programme provides items that meet a child’s most basic needs such as a bed to sleep in, a cooker to provide a hot meal and other items or services critical to child’s wellbeing.
Delivering beds and basics to children in poverty.
Leeds Community Trust Grants
Organisations can apply for grants for items for families in Leeds with an LS postcode.

Leeds and Moortown Furniture Store
Collecting and rehousing furniture

Leeds Tackling Poverty Framework (PDF , 3.41 MB)
Supporting practitioners in recognising, understanding and responding to the impact of poverty on children and families
Family Food Printable Leaflet (PDF , 42.52 KB)
Printable leaflet for families providing information on where to access support for food, money advice, apply for Free School Meals and other vouchers to support healthy living.

Financial Support for families in Leeds printable leaflet (PDF , 53.85 KB)
Printable leaflet providing information on how to access financial support for families in Leeds

Warm Spaces information.

Free Winter Coats

Useful Support and Services

16-25 Rail Card

NHS network supporting parents with their child’s mental health

ACT Early Safeguarding Letter

ACT Safeguarding Leaflet

Outer East Programmes September 2022

Inner South Programme September 2022

Outer South Programmes September 2022

Outer East Programme September 2022

North Leeds and Wetherby Adult Classes, Activities and Clubs

South, East and West Leeds Adult Classes, Activities and Clubs

The Hunslet Senior Youth Club leaflet

Online bullying is a concern for many parents, online can often be a hidden aspect of many children’s lives and children will not always talk if they are being bullied. Internet Matters have put some expert tips together for parents which are split by ages