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Hibs autism open day this Saturday

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Hibs' Community Foundation will be holding an Open Day (Saturday 24 January, midday-2pm) at the club's training centre to  offer boys and girls with autism, aged 7-16 and from across the Lothians, the chance to...

Become a Healthy Hibee in 2015

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The Hibernian Community Foundation have announced an additional course to help people improve their fitness levels in 2015.In addition to the Football Fans in Training (FFIT) course which is aimed at males between 35-65...

Hibs’ Football Fans in Training course returns next month

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The Hibernian Community Foundation have announced detaill of their latest Football Fans in Training FFIT course which is open to men aged between 35-65 with waist size of at least 38 inches.The FFIT programme...

Football Festival for Hibs’ kids at Training Centre

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Hibs' Community Engagement Officer Sue McLernon was delighted to welcome hundreds of Hibs Kids aged nine to 12 to the Hibernian Training Centre for the Football Festival on Sunday.Sue was joined by newly appointed...

Wendy MacAdie appointed Executive Director of Hibernian Community Foundation

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The Hibernian Community Foundation has recruited an Executive Director, who will set the course for its future.Wendy MacAdie, who takes up the post in mid-December, was the unanimous choice following a challenging interview process.Her...

Hibs Community Foundation donates kit to Ugandan children

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The Hibernian Community Foundation have continued their association with local groups linked to the Global Citizenship Partnership with the donation of new ‘old-stock’ kit to the initiative.DHEF encourages families and especially women of all...

IT learning opportunities for young people at Easter Road

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Hibernian Community Foundation, Street League Scotland and Edinburgh College are joining forces to provide personal development and IT learning opportunities in Hibernian Learning Centre in the South Stand at Easter Road Stadium.Young people between...

Over 2000 attend Hibs’ stadium tour

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Over two thousand men women and children attended yesterday's free stadium tour at Easter Road.Despite the poor weather, fans started queueing well before the start of the event which was organised by the Hibernian...

Free health and fitness initiative available at Hibs’ Training Centre

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Following on from the huge success of the Football Fans in Training programme which has helped hundreds of supporters throughout the country lose weight and develop a healthier lifestyle, the Hibernian Community Foundation are now...

Edinburgh South Hibs Deaf FC win prestigious UK Tournament

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The Edinburgh Reporter sends our congratulations to the Edinburgh South Hibs Deaf FC under-12′s who, last weekend not only became the first ever team from Scotland to take part in the National Deaf Children’s...

Hibs’ Community Foundation donate strips to deaf youngsters’ team

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Hibernian Community Foundation have kindly donated football strips to an Edinburgh deaf  children’s football team  to allow them to take part on a national tournament which will take place on Sunday  at Goals Soccer...

Kind hearted Hibs’ fans step in to help Macmillan charity

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Kind hearted Hibs’ fans have stepped in to help Macmillan Cancer Support by taking over a planned bucket collection outside Easter Road stadium before this Saturday's match against Motherwell.When the Hibernian Community Foundation's Healthy...

Jamie Murray becomes Patron of Hibernian Community Foundation

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Tennis star Jamie Murray – the US Men’s Clay Court doubles champion has agreed to become Patron of the Hibernian Community Foundation.Jamie, a former Wimbledon mixed doubles champion, is one of the most successful...

Hibernian Community Foundation and Edinburgh College set ‘The Apprentice’ challenges to fight youth unemployment.

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Young people will take on ‘The Apprentice’-style job challenges at Hibernian FC’s Easter Road Stadium as part of a new community education scheme to tackle youth unemployment in Edinburgh and the Lothians.Hibernian Community Foundation...

Iain Gray appointed new chair of Hibernian Community Foundation

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The senior Scottish politician, lain Gray MSP, has been appointed as the new chair of the Hibernian Community Foundation.The charity aims to harness the power and passion of football to make a real difference...

Hibs Fit Fans charity marathons

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The Hibernian Community Foundation have been running the ‘Fit Fans in Training’ (FFiT) programme designed for overweight men between the ages of 35 and 65. Over the course of the 12-week programme, they provide...

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