The Community Investment Fund

Our Success Stories

Between 2015 and 2018, EN:Able Communities provided over £600k in funding to community groups across Yorkshire and Humber. You can find some of the fantastic groups we supported below.

14 Sep 2019

The Art of Recovery

CREATivE stART CIC is an award-winning organisation that delivers abstinence-based drug and alcohol recovery programmes in the community. In CIF Round 6, EN:Able Communities gave £9,910 to support their work through their Art of Recovery workshops.

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20 May 2019

Let’s Get Online

Let’s Get Online is a project run by Hull City Council that aims to help residents become more comfortable with, and knowledgeable about, technology. By building digital skills, the scheme enables individuals to access services, information, and communication methods that were previously closed to them.

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3 Feb 2019


Leeds Action to Create Homes, or Latch, is a charitable organisation that refurbishes derelict and run-down houses in the Chapeltown, Harehills and Burley areas of Leeds. Through their projects they provide not only housing but also training opportunities to those in need.

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19 Dec 2018

Hull Kingston Rovers Trust

Started in 2008, Hull Kingston Rovers Community Trust began as a long-term vision to inspire people through sport and physical activity. Using the Hull Kingston Rovers Brand, the Trust are able to work with a wide range of partners to deliver enjoyable and inspirational initiatives within their communities.

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12 Oct 2018

Door 84

Based in York, Door 84 is a creative and social group that delivers activities for people across a wide range of abilities and disabilities, enabling them to share their interests and build relationships.

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25 Oct 2017

Doncaster Deaf Centre

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4 Sep 2017

St Wilfrid's Centre

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13 Jul 2017

Hope Church Foodbank Rotherham

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19 Feb 2017

Emmaus Sheffield

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