A message of appreciation from our Hon. Director Maureen Forrest and her family. I would like to thank everyone most sincerely for all your support and kindness following the recent death of my beloved husband Dick which was so sudden and heartbreaking. I now begin the journey to try and get my life…Details
It is with deep regret that we announce the death of Dick Forrest, beloved husband of our Hon Director Maureen Forrest. The Hope Foundation will be forever indebted to Dick. His kindness and support of Maureen’s work as our volunteer CEO over the past 20 years was a testament to his great heart. He was…Details
We all have a dream for our lives and dreams for our children. Here is Alifa’s story, this is her dream in her own words. By giving people training, skills and trades, we are giving them power. The power to take control and change their lives forever, and to help others do the same. Thank…Details
Our Annual Walk4HOPE will take place on June 3rd 2018 at Richmond Park.
The walk will follow the Tamsin Trail, It is 10KM long and will take approximately 4 to 5 hours at a gentle pace. We aim to be at Isabella Plantation around Midday for a picnic.
We will ask you to pay a Registration fee of £10 via our online shop and fundraise £50 for HOPE.Details
HOPE is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for a prestigious award in the Irish Healthcare Centre awards 2018. HOPEs Community Healthcare Project – “Jana Swathya Suraksha” has been shortlisted in the category of “Initiatives in Community Care Services”. In announcing the shortlisted finalists for this year, Tony O Brien, Director General of…Details
We are delighted to announce that our London Lunch, kindly sponsored by Galliard Homes, will take place on February 8th in the magnificent surroundings of The Ned, one of the city’s most spectacular heritage hotels.
The event will be hosted by HOPE Ambassador Christopher Biggins. Special guest on the day will be Oscar winning actor and HOPE Patron, Jeremy Irons.Details
HOPE’s successful photography workshops continue in Kolkata in 2018 with the additional option of staying on for golf! We have been running these for a number of years and we are very lucky that Mark Seymour has again agreed to train this year’s photography workshop.Details
Last week saw Sue return to Kolkata, the “City of Joy”, in the final episode of her documentary series “The Ganges” – navigating the holy river from the highs of the Himalayas, through India and out into the Indian Ocean at the Bay of Bengal. Sue previously visited Kolkata and The Hope Foundation two…Details
Join HOPE & the Yoga Garden Party team for an unforgettable week in Kolkata from 6–13 January 2018. Daily yoga with Simon, Ruth and Vikki, opportunities to visit and engage in HOPE’s many inspiring projects for the city’s street connected children, and time to explore Kolkata, also known as the City of Joy.Details