Diversity Hub is entirely dependent upon the goodwill, time and resources given to the organisation which enables us to undertake our work.
Each year individuals give their time and money to support the organisation. Many of them generously give to sponsor our annual fundraising event, the Wheely Great Bike Ride.
We are also proud to acknowledge the confidence other organisations and charities show in Diversity Hub by contracting us or grant aiding our aspirations. Recent supporters include:
- BBC Children in Need
- Community Action Partnership
- Eleanor Rathbone Trust
- Family and Parenting Institute – Parenting Fund
- Henry Smith Foundation
- Lankelly Chase Foundation
- Leicester City Council – Community Cohesion Fund
- Leicestershire and Rutland Community Foundation
- Leicestershire Big Society
- Leigh Trust
- Matthew Wrightson Charitable Trust
- Neighbourhood Learning in Deprived Communities
- The Rank Foundation
- Safer Leicestershire Partnership – One Brilliant Future
- Sir James Roll Charitable Trust
- Souter Charitable Trust
Many of our programmes are delivered in collaboration with local schools. Schools we have recently worked with include; Alderman Richard Hallam Primary School, Ashfields, Braunston Frith Junior School, Caldecote Community Primary School, Eyres Monsell Primary School, Forest Lodge Primary School, Heatherbrook, Hazel Primary School, Herrick Primary School, Fosse primary School, Imperial Avenue Infant School, Mellor Community Primary School, Mowmacre Hill Primary School, Oaklands School, Millgate, Parks Primary School, Queensmead Primary School, Sandfield Close Primary School, Shaftesbury Community Junior School, Sparkenhoe Community Primary School, Shenton Primary school, Overdale, Willowbrook Primary School, Woodstock Primary School, Wyvern Primary School, Samworth Enterprise Academy, Sir Jonathon North Community College, Rushey Mead Secondary School, Babington Community College, Beaumont Leys School, Fullhurst Community College, Hamilton Community College, Lancaster Boys, Castle Rock High School, Childrens Hospital School, Keyham Lodge.