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.
On Friday 8th March 2019 we celebrated LEAP turning 25! Over its lifetime, LEAP has supported and accommodated over 1,000 young people. Celebrations included the launch of our refreshed mission statement, company vision and values as well as opening our newly refurbished reception area and awarded this years client awards.
Also on show were some of our young people's jewe...
Work has begun on the refurbishment of our entrance/reception area so please look out when visiting our building. We apologise for any inconvenience but hope once works are done it will be a much more welcoming area.
A massive thank you to everyone who made donations to us! Whether for Christmas presents, dinners or for activities over the Christmas season it all makes a big difference!
Some of the wonderful people who donated to use were: Bookers, , Branston Ltd, Caffe Nero, Denby Transport Ltd, Farmfoods, Flames of Lincoln, Lincs Police, Lindum Group, Marks and Spencer, The Original Cake...
On Friday 12th October, we had our second annual Sleep for LEAP. We were supported by Bridge McFarland who helped to organise it and whose building the participants sheltered under. 14 volunteers and staff from LEAP and Bridge McFarland slept out and around £2000 was raised. All in all a successful night with lots of people stopping by to say 'Hello' and donate!
LEAP’s Sincil Bank Community Art Trail officially launched on the 14th September with special guests Karen Lee MP, Cllr Helena Mair and those who were involved with the project!
The project idea came about in October last year and focused on the redesign and revitalisation of a number of green Media Boxes in the Sincil Bank Area. The aim was to give some colour and show that r...
LEAP’s Sincil Bank Community Art Trail is now complete and will launch officially on the 14th September 2018.
The project idea came about in October last year and focused on the redesign and revitalisation of a number of green Media Boxes in the Sincil Bank Area. The aim was to give some colour and show that regeneration of the area is beginning to happen.