b'Championing GrantsDefibrillator for RiccallUnited Football ClubWe provided a 500 grant towards adefibrillator for the clubhouse. Recent eventsin sports made the club concerned about thesafety and welfare of everyone attending thematches as they are difficult to reach. Thisvital equipment will enhance the clubssafety and protection of players, supporters,members, and others who use the parkaround the clubhouse.Thanks to the championing grant that we received from the Matthew GoodFoundation we have been able to purchase a defibrillator for the clubhouse at theRiccall Mine ground. Now that we have the defibrillator, we might be able to make thedifference to someone if the situation ever arises. Without the grant we would havestruggled to get one so soon.You are not alone boxesDave Senior, from TEPS in Hull, nominated aproject in Hull that he was volunteering for calledYou are not alone boxes to receive a 1,000championing grant. You are not alone boxes wasset up by a local shop owner, Troy Eyaad, to getfood parcels to the elderly, vulnerable, and thoseisolating.The hard work of Troy and his team of volunteersto get food parcels to the elderly, vulnerable, andthose isolating even earned Troy a Yorkshire-widePride of Britain award.'