Join the Yoga Garden Party (YGP) in aid of the HOPE Foundation for an unforgettable month of Yoga Classes to kick off 2021. Throughout January 2021Yoga classes will be streamed live to your home via Zoom. The first class on Sunday 3rd January, will be led by Simon Low, who is a long time supporter and HOPE Patron, and one of the UK’s most celebrated and experienced yoga teachers. Minimum donation of £10 per class. For more info and how to book click here.Details
For one week only online donations made to HOPE via The Big Give will be doubled at no extra cost to the donor.
The Big Give launches at 12 noon on Tuesday 1st December and will finish at 12 noon on Tuesday 8th December.
The 1st December launch is also Giving Tuesday, a day of global giving, so please consider donating to HOPE and giving a gift of education to a child in need.
“We have been through difficult days at HOPE over the years, today is the absolute worst of them. Today, in complete shock and devastation we announce the untimely and sudden death of our beloved Geeta Venkadakrishnan. There will never be anyone like Geeta, this loss is almost impossible for us to put into words. She…Details
Reza Beyad, HOPE Ambassador and philanthropist, will engage in conversation with award winning TV and BBC Radio broadcaster and HOPE Ambassador, Andrea Catherwood; current Miss England and frontline NHS doctor, Kolkata born Bhasha Mukherjee; Shashi Tharoor, acclaimed author and member of the Indian Parliament, and from the frontline of HOPE’s Covid-19 response in India, Geeta Venkadakrishnan, HOPE Kolkata Director.Details
We want to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for joining us and creating our very own sangha to support ‘KEEP HOPE ALIVE’ via Zoom on Saturday 9th May. Our theme of ‘Connection’ reflected beautifully the sentiment of the day and linked our practice with our hearts and minds and all those in…Details
Our amazing team at HOPE Hospital continue their emergency response work on the ground in Kolkata. We urgently need to distribute food packs to families who now have no income due to the lockdown and we also need to provide them with basic protective supplies and equipment so that we can fight this terrible virus and slow the spread.Details
This week the city of Kolkata has been placed in lockdown for 21 days. Because of this, all our projects in the slums and working with street communities have been temporarily placed on hold because of the governments directive. The HOPE hospital and our protection homes are fully operating at present and will continue to do so.Details
We know that these are very difficult and uncertain times, at home in the UK and for our friends, colleagues and beneficiaries in India. We need to remember that we’re all in this together and by playing our individual parts we’ll come out the other side sooner rather than later and we can all be…Details