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OUTREACH VEHICLE HERO 3 - donated by F.A Albin & Sons

The vehicle on the top right is the first of the charity's three outreach vehicles which are custom built with microwave, hot water boiler and hand washing facilities. Above the bulkhead is built-in storage for food and in the back, racked storage for sleeping bags- full range of kit to give a lifeline to our lads and lasses rough sleeping on our streets.


This vehicle was kindly donated by our charity patron Mr Barry Albin OBE who, through his company F.A Albin & Sons, repatriated all our fallen heroes from the Armed services. HERO 3, like all our outreach vehicles, carries a 5-star food hygiene certificate and first aid kits.

It is with great sadness that Barry passed away in 2015, but his legacy will always be appreciated. 

A&E Elkins have been fantastic in helping to refurbish our Day Centre, as well offering employment to some of the people we are trying to help. 

The Ride of Respect is a annual mass ride by motorcyclists to pay tribute both to our tri-service personnel and to the fallen and their families. Their mission is help raise funds for military charities. We are delighted that some of the monies raised will be coming to UKH4H. Thanks guys! 

Anthony Knights (pictured with Jimmy) of the A. Knights Foundation said, "We are proud to be supporting and donating to a great charity." As a veteran himself, Anthony understands the struggle that many soldiers have when leaving the 'comfort blanket' of the HM Forces. We thank you for your support. 

Phoenix Sled Dogs have participated in a range of fundraising events, as well as kindly donating £2 to UKH4H for every clothing they sell.

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