Almshouse CharitiesHull United Charities
Registered Charity No. 226291
The Almshouse Charity was established under a Trust Deed dated 27th May 1913 and updated in 2008. The charity now comes under the umbrella of “Hull United Charities” and is a category 2 sheltered housing scheme for persons over the age of 55.
Northumberland Court is a grade II listed building which was opened in 1887 under the name of “Hull Municipal Charities”. It was purpose built for the provision of Almshouses and originally contained 101 bedsits. Today Northumberland Court holds 58 modernised self-contained flats, set in landscaped gardens close to Hull city centre.
Northumberland Court offers a home for people who wish to live independently but with the peace of mind that help is at hand if needed. There is a Warden who works on site during office hours and a mobile warden service at all other times. Intercom and pull chords are fitted in every flat as well as a security access system for entry to the building. An Estate Supervisor is also employed to oversee day to day repairs on site.
Other facilities include laundry, private car park, community room, lifts to first floor and disabled access throughout.
If you would like to find out about costs or apply for a flat at Northumberland Court you can do so by completing the application form
Further education funding for students.
Alderman Cogan's Fund
Provision of facilities for the school.
Alderman Cogan's School Charity
The object of the charity is the provision of items, services and facilities for the school
Home for people who wish to live independently but with the peace of mind that help is at hand if needed.
Helping the people of Hull since 1836
Hull United Charities
Originally known as the Hull Municipal Charities we have been in operation since the late 19th century. Today Hull United Charities is made up of 4 separate charities and whilst each has a different objective all remain closely linked to the people of Hull.
Our largest charity is the Almshouse Charity, offering sheltered housing for the over 55’s. Our smaller charities are: Alderman Ferries, Alderman Cogan’s School Charity and Alderman Cogan’s Fund.
If you’d like find out more about our charities, apply for funding or housing please select the desired charity from the navigation above or contact us.
We have been in operation since the late 19th century. Today Hull United Charities is made up of 4 separate charities and whilst each has a different objective all remain closely linked to the people of Hull.
Hull United Charities
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Alderman Ferries Charity – reg. charity no. 529821 - Alderman Cogan’s School Fund – reg. charity no. 529802 - Alderman Cogan’s Fund –reg. charity no. 226291-1 - Hull United Charities & Almshouse Charities – reg. charity no. 226291