Fresh Start champions a range of different causes. Here are some of the charity organisations we’ve worked with.
Andy’s Man Club was set up following the tragic and unexpected death of Andy Roberts in 2016. It is a men’s mental health charity operating non-professional, peer to peer support groups on Monday nights at 48 locations around the UK for men aged over 18.
These groups aim to promote openness surrounding male suicide and mental heatlh, breaking any stigmas attached. The hope is that fewer families will have to go through the pain and anguish that the Roberts family suffered five years ago.
The Community Yoga Foundation is a charitable association set up to provide access to yoga classes, including the ten-week NHS Yoga4Health course.
Classes are provided throughout Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire, with courses providing valuable local support for anyone facing mental and physical challenges, helping to empower and improve people’s lives.
Emmaus is a homelessness charity that strives to provide people with a home, meaningful work and a sense of belonging once again. It first opened in 1991 and has grown to include 30 communities, known as residential sites, all over the UK.
It supports more than 850 people who have experience of homelessness, providing them with a home for as long as they need it, training and meaningful work in social enterprises.
Money Helper has replaced the Money Advice Service and brings together the support and services of three government-backed financial guidance providers: the Money Advice Service, the Pensions Advisory Service and Pension Wise.