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On this page, you’ll find the latest news stories on everything from campaigns to fundraising events and awards.  Have a read of our fantastic clients and workers at LEAP and discover their stories and experiences.

Development of 9 Affordable Homes

Nine new homes for vulnerable young people are being built in the centre of Lincoln. LEAP has appointed Lindum to build ‘move on’ accommodation units in Gaunt Street, off the High Street. The homes will consist of one and two bed flats and will be offered to young people previously living within LEAP’s supported housing provision in nearby Monson Street. They have been designed to be suitable for those who are ready for more independence and are in walking distance of the city centre, meaning they have easy access to shops, services, colleges and employment opportunities.

Get Involved with #LEAPYear2020

2020 is LEAP's Year, and it just happens to be a Leap Year! Well, apart from joining us for the Mayor of Lincoln's LEAP Year Charity Ball, you and your colleagues can also commit to supporting the homeless young people accommodated at LEAP by simply putting our #LEAPYear2020 A3 Fundraising Calendar on your wall. We created the Fundraising Calendar in partnership with City of Lincoln Council to raise awareness of youth homelessness and Lincoln's Social Responsibility Charter, of which LEAP is an ambassador. Here are 3 ways you will be helping homeless young people by putting up the #LEAPYear2020 Wall Calendar: Firstly by displaying the calendar, you are helping us raise awareness of youth ho

Mayor of Lincoln Charity Quiz Night

Last Monday, 18 November 2019, LEAP held a very well-attended and fun-filled Charity Quiz Night at Moorland Sports & Social Club, to help raise funds for the benefit of the young people we support. The room was filled with 21 Quiz Teams, with creative names such as The Impish Hatters (First Place), P3 Winners (Second Place), Sweet 16s (Booby Price Winners) and Trivia Newton John (Coin Throw Winners). Being the Mayor of Lincoln's Charity Quiz, we were also joined by the Civic Party who had aptly named themselves the Chained Imps. The Mayoress, Sue Burke, too was a winner of the Heads or Tails game. Prior the the night we were able to attract over 30 raffle prizes and more prizes were added as

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