Community Alliances

Humberside Police have a particular responsibility in helping people both to be and to feel safe. We will do this by providing a service that is intended to protect, help and reassure all of our communities and we will deliver it in a way which treats all people fairly and with respect and dignity

Hull City Council is all about improving lives for the residents, visitors and customers in the city. Our ultimate measure of success is whether we are delivering the outcomes that people need and want.

Humber All Nations Alliance (HANA) is a registered charity and company governed by local people

Members of HANA are groups and individuals from black and minority ethnic (BME) and migrant communities and others who share our aims. Since 2002 we have been aiming to promote the well-being of black and minority ethnic (BME) communities throughout Hull and the Humber. We do this by providing a voice and advocating on their behalf and by representing their interests in a range of influential or decision-making contexts, as well as running a variety of services and activities which brings and builds relationships between communities and service providers.

Humberside Fire Authority is responsible for the fire and rescue service across the four unitary authority areas of the East Riding of Yorkshire, Kingston upon Hull, North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, serving a population of almost one million people spread over more than 2,000 square miles.

The University of Hull (as it is formally and legally known) is an independent corporation established by Royal Charter and an exempt charity within the meaning of the Charities Act 2011. The Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) acts on behalf of the Charity Commission as the principal regulator for English higher education institutions. The overall aim of the University, as set out in its Charter, is to “advance education, scholarship, knowledge and understanding by teaching and research, for the benefit of individuals and society at large”.

NCVO champions the voluntary sector and volunteering. We connect, represent and support voluntary organisations. Each day, millions of people make a difference to the causes they believe in through voluntary organisations and volunteering. This thriving voluntary sector and volunteer movement are essential for a better society – especially in times of challenge and change. That’s why, inspired and empowered by our 11,000 members, we champion the voluntary sector and volunteering. We do this by connecting, representing and supporting voluntary organisations, from the smallest community groups to the largest charities.

Hull & Humber Chamber of Commerce organise networking events and produce publications which are designed to raise the profile of our members’ companies together with their products and services. We provide training services through the Chamber’s own training company – Chamber Training (Humber) Limited. The Hull and Humber Chamber of Commerce is there to help you make your business successful. In today’s highly-competitive business environment, companies need to take advantage of every form of assistance available. We encourage Chamber members to fully utilise their membership by using the services we provide.