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Can You Support Us this Christmas?

Holbeck Together are committed to making Holbeck the best place to live, work and thrive. We do this through on-the-ground activities and support, as well taking action into our hands and working with partners across the city to bring more funding, opportunities and services to Holbeck.

But as a charity, we rely on grants and donations to continue our vital work in Holbeck.

Donate with JustGiving.Pay with Mastercard, Visa, American Express, PayPal, Bank Transfer, Apple Pay or Direct Debit.

Every penny from each donation goes straight back into the community in South Leeds, enabling us to continue to be a community anchor for all generations in the area with our warm hub at St Matthews Community Centre, providing hot meals to those who need them, running our social supermarket and much more.

Your donations are especially important during the run-up to the festive season and our current cost-of-living crisis, with many families and older people in Holbeck facing the heartbreaking decision between heating and eating this Christmas. 


Heart of Holbeck

Heart of Holbeck has been developed by Holbeck Together to enable local businesses to engage with the communities of Holbeck. By providing a trusted and targeted way of offering support, Heart of Holbeck puts local business at the forefront of ensuring the whole community benefits from the changes that are happening in our area.


You can volunteer with Holbeck Together in a variety of ways which support the Holbeck Community. Whether you want to get involved on monthly, weekly or daily basis, we believe that there is a space for everyone in our volunteer team. We know that everyone brings their own unique skills and personality to the table and as such we endeavour to tailor volunteering opportunities to each individual where possible.

The 500 Challenge

We’re looking for individuals, businesses, schools, churches and clubs to raise £500 towards support, care and advice in Holbeck for those who need it most.

Supporters of Holbeck Together