Join us on Give As You Live

You can raise £5 for The Huddleston Centre just by signing up today

Give As You Live lets you raise money for your chosen charity will you shop online.

It’s easy to use, so why not try it out?  We’ll get £5 if you sign up using this link – no further commitment!


The Summer Give 2015

The Summer Give

The Huddleston Centre has been selected as one of 22 charity partners for The Summer Give, run by the Childhood Trust and The Big Give.

If you donate as part of the Summer Give, your gift to The Huddleston Centre can be doubled!

The Summer Give will run from 12 noon June 1st – 5pm June 5th, so make sure you get in fast!

You will be helping London’s most disadvantaged children when they are most vulnerabe, during school holidays.


Vote for us in the Mars Milk Play Fund!

Every month, Mars will be donating a £1,000 cash award to a sports individual, club or project in need of extra funding. At the end of each month, from May to September, the entry that receives the most votes will receive the £1,000 award.

Additionally, every week a panel of judges will award two applicants with a grant of £300.

You can help The Huddleston Centre stand out by voting for us.



The Huddleston Fete – 13 June 2015

Come and join us at Centre for The Huddleston Fete!

Saturday 13th June from 1-4pm at 30 Powell Road, E5 8DJ.

Lots of family fun, including:

  • Live music
  • Karaoke
  • Locally brewed Hackney Beer
  • BBQ
  • Homemade cakes
  • Silent auction
  • Arts and craft
  • Face painting
  • Raffle

Help us raise money to continue our work with local young people with a disability.  Entry is free although donations will be gratefully accepted!

Contact Sian on 020 8985 9089 or for more information.

Aviva Community Fund

We need your votes!

The Huddleston Centre is competing for funding as part of the Aviva Community Fund 2015, and we need your votes to win.  The program we are seeking funding for is our Healthy Food, Healthy Bodies program with the Shoreditch Trust.

Healthy Food, Healthy Bodies will help children and young people with a disability learn about healthy eating and gain food preparation skills. Cooking is an important independent living skill, and the project will support high needs young people to learn in a safe, supported environment.

Each person can vote up to ten times – all you have to do is register.  Voting closes 31 May so don’t be late!