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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.

November 17, 2015


LEAP (Lincolnshire Employment Accommodation Project) were provided with valuable bedding from local football team Lincoln City on Monday 16th November.  Lincoln City striker Conner Robinson and midfielder Andy Wright presented the bedcovers to LEAP clients at Sincil Bank Stadium. 


A total of 20 Lincoln City themed sets were given to the young homeless accommodation chari...

November 13, 2015


LEAP (Lincolnshire Employment Accommodation Project) raised money for Children in Need by hosting their very own coffee and cake morning.  Staff and clients put their baking skills to the test and produced some fantastic and delicious treats. 


Lincolnshire Police and residents from the surrounding area came along to the event that also hosted a ‘Pudsey’s Playlist’ where...

November 5, 2015

It is estimated that 1,000 children in the East Midlands will be homeless at Christmas, according to homeless charity Shelter.

Shortages in housing have seen a number of families forced into Bed and Breakfast establishments and hostels.  Shelter is warning of the knock-on effects of living in temporary accommodation. Research done with twenty families living in B & Bs and hoste...

October 22, 2015

We’ve asked our clients to give us their experience of living at LEAP.  This week Jorrel shares his story.

"I feel my experience at LEAP has helped to prepare myself to face the world.  LEAP has helped me with financial, moral and housing support such as budgeting money, keeping up with rent, improving my cooking skills and has taught me how to wash my clothes.  


October 13, 2015

​​To mark the 21st Anniversary of this local charity, LEAP held an Afternoon Tea party at the Old Palace Lincoln on October 12th 2015.


Attended by many agencies and organisations who actively support the charity, the event was a huge success. Chief Executive, Heidi Walton, stated that “it was a fine way to mark the occasion, the venue was lovely and the food superb”. To add hu...

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