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Who we are

At The Peel Project, we are dedicated to enriching and supporting the local community of Hull.

The Peel Project is a pioneering community and youth organisation in Hull, led by individuals with lived experiences from diverse ethnic backgrounds. Founded in 2020, we offer year-round, free-to-access grassroots activities, educational workshops, and events.

Our Mission is to create a vibrant, inclusive, and supportive environment where every individual feels valued and empowered.

Our Vision is to promote and celebrate meaningful inclusion of people from black and minority ethnic communities in all aspects of civic life within the City of Hull.

With a special focus on Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnicities (BAME), we aim to improve lives and build communities. 

We are driven by our six core social outcomes:

  • Crime and anti-social behaviour reduction
  • Sports participation
  • Fostering community involvement
  • Tackling racism
  • Improving health and wellbeing
  • Enhancing education and employability

The team is welcoming and they constantly inspire me to seek ways to help and become more deeply involved in my community. I find it truly fulfilling."

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Special feature in Hull Public Health Annual Report

We're thrilled to share that The Peel Project has been featured in Hull City Council Director of Public Health Annual Report 2023. Dive into the report to…
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Training with Humberside Fire & Rescue Service

In January 2024 we commenced delivering Islamic and Cultural Etiquette awareness training to new staff members of Humberside Fire & Rescue Service and last week we delivered…
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Hull and East Yorkshire Mind Partnership

The Peel Project has received funding of almost £60,000 to continue their work in supporting adults and young people in Hull. The funding strengthens an…

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