Initially started for young people not in training, education or employment, its reach has now extended to all ages. Working across the whole Humber region, CatZero provides unique programmes for young people, adults, and whole families across the north and south banks of the Humber.
Hull is one of five local authority districts with the largest proportion (45.2%) of highly deprived neighbourhoods in England, and Northeast Lincolnshire is also 17th on the list (30.2%). Many individuals, families and communities are close to, if not already reaching crisis point, and the right kind of support is vital to halt their downward spiral.
CatZero engage with people who have fallen through the net of new opportunity and improvement. Their flexible approach enables them to offer a raft of support options to people – from those who need confidence to find work again, to families and individuals with more serious issues. Quite simply, their aim is to improve lives.
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£50,000 Boost from Matthew Good Foundation
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