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Welcome to Hartlepower Community Trust

Relieving poverty, supporting charities and facilitating community partnerships.

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HartlePower Community Trust was established to prevent or relieve poverty by providing grants, items and services to individuals in need and/or charities, or other organisations working to prevent or relieve poverty.

The charity provides:

  • Development service to support the voluntary sector in Hartlepool with Funding, Advice and Guidance

  • Membership  forums & boards, to nurture collaborations 

  • Support to local authority & other statutory organisations across Hartlepool.

Charity Number: 1174390

The HartlePower logo

We help people in Hartlepool reduce their fuel and transport costs by providing energy advice and support, a car hire club and other support services.

We are a not for profit community interest company. This means that any profits we create are shared amongst clubs, groups, community centre’s and good causes in town.

We also install renewable technologies such as solar panels and have a keen interest in anything green.

Company Number: 09404055

Our Projects

HartlePower Community Trust is achieving more with our initiatives than ever before, and we are very proud of the progress we continue to make. Below are some of our most recent projects. Learn more about what we do, who we help, and how we work every day to create a lasting impact.

Our VCS support team

Charity Support

Have you seen a grant or resource you think would be ideal for the work you do/want to do in changing people's lives but unsure where to start?

The HartlePower Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Development Team are happy to work with people on their applications - We always say that YOU are the expert in doing the great work, we simply offer help to make it clear to those who may wish to fund what you do.

Food Projects around Hartlepool

Food Projects

Our team work in a variety of different ways to help to improve the town of Hartlepool's food offer. 

Here you will also find useful resources such as a map of low/no cost food providers in the town, listings of what offers are available and different locations to get support surrounding food can all be found here. 

Victoria Ward Partnership event

Victoria Ward Partnership

With our specialist team of workers, we are aiming to make a difference in the Victoria Ward for families, children and older residents.

We regularly gather information from the community and use their feedback to create events and actions to help to improve the ward as a whole.


Volunteer Charter

The volunteer charter is in place for anyone to use, essentially outlining our organisations values of creating a fair environment to our valued volunteers.

Young Person's Social

Young Persons Social Prescribing

Improving outcomes for people, by giving more choice and control over their lives and an improved sense of belonging when people get involved in community groups.

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Community-Led Inclusion Partnership

The Community Led Inclusion Partnership (CLIP) work with community groups in Hartlepool who are living with long term conditions and/or disabilities.

Sector Connector Newsletter

Twice monthly Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) newsletter – includes announcements, VCSEpromotions (as requested); notes from Sector Connector meetings.

Click the links below to view our latest newsletters.

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Newsletter 101

Newsletter 102

Newsletter 103

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