What We Do
Shaping communities for a better future
Founded in 2019, Humber Aid has been working hard within the Humber Region to provide relief to those in need, by reason of youth, age, ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage through assistance as deemed appropriate, including but not limited to respite projects.
We also aim to preserve and protect good health for the public benefit through the provision of community safety equipment such as defibrillators and by such means as the trustees deem fit.
Assisting some amazing causes
Donations to support local initiatives
Fire Accelerant Detection dogs
Fund Raising Events
Devils Kitchen raised £2300 for local charities
Vital new technology for the RNLI
Thermal Monocular Image Camera
Helping to keep the communities safe
Community Access Defibrillators
Providing advanced equipment to the Fire Service
Road Traffic Collision Equipment
We have been donated various pieces of new/still boxed firefighting equipment. These are available to local charities, non profit making organisations and community groups - free of charge
Workplace Safety Courses
We will shortly be announcing some course dates for August and September 2021 for the following workplace safety courses;
First Aid at Work
Emergency First Aid at Work
Course places are free to local charities, non profit making organisations and community groups.
All courses will be delivered at the Humberside Fire and Rescue Headquarters.
Places are very limited due to continued COVID-19 measures.
We have been awarded a grant from the Canal & Rivers Trust, Waterways Charities Fund
Due to COVID-19 all crew training, fund raising events and community group trips for Forget Me Knot had to be cancelled.
This grant will help us to implement COVID-19 measures on Forget Me Knot.
Frequently Asked Questions
What areas do you cover?
We support individuals and groups in Hull, East Yorkshire, North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire
How do I apply for funding?
If I make a donation, can I decide what my money is used for?
As long as the cause meets our constitution objectives and is approved by the Trustees
How long does the application process take?
The Trustees meet every month, applications should be submitted by the end of each month, to be considered at the following month's meeting. Decisions will be communicated by the end of that month.