Northstar help those who beg

Northstar staff and tenants have given their support to our work with those who are begging in Darlington. Following a presentation about the work that we do at the Middlesbrough Football Stadium, there was a collective decision to give £840.42 from a £3000 community pot to the 700 Club.Read more

Edinburgh Trip Encourages Recovery

In September a group of 700 Club service users and 700 Club staff travelled to Edinburgh. A trip to the zoo, a tour bus of the city and the Camera Obscura provided a full and enjoyable day.Read more

World Title for 700 Club Worker

Joanne Tonkin brought home both a silver and a gold medal after competing in the World kettlebell Championships 2018, Daugavpils, Latvia. Well done Joanne; we are proud of you.Read more

Darlington Building Society and CDCF Support Mental Health

Darlington Building Society in partnership with the County Durham and Darlington Community Foundation are helping to support a Mental Health Worker as part of the 700 Club Staff Team.Read more

John Healey MP visits 700 Club

The Shadow Secretary for Housing, John Healey MP and the MP for Darlington, Jenny Chapman, visited the 700 Club in September, met staff and heard about the excellent Trailblazer Project, an initiative to prevent homelessness.Read more

Mayor Supports 700 Club

Councillor Veronica Copeland is the current Mayor of Darlington. We are delighted that she has chosen the 700 Club as one of her nominated charities.Read more

Police Commissioner Supports 700 Club 2018

The 700 Club made a successful bid for funding from the County Durham & Darlington Community Safety Fund. The fund, administered by the County Durham Foundation, supports projects and initiatives across County Durham & Darlington that help keep communities safe and inspire public confidence.Read more

Sports England Fund 700 Club

700 Club wins funding from Sport England to help vulnerable people on a low income become active through sport and activityRead more

Community Unites Against Begging

The Community Safety Partnership, a multi-agency group made up of Darlington Borough Council, Durham Constabulary, NHS Darlington Clinical Commissioning Group, The Probation Service, Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue Service, and the Voluntary and Community Sector, have issued a joint press release to discourage the public from giving to beggars.Read more