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
The Hope Foundation UK has a position available for a Fundraising and Events Manager. This is an exciting opportunity to channel your energy and enthusiasm into raising much needed funds to provide essential services for street connected children and slum communities in Kolkata.Details
We are absolutely delighted to announce that our founder and Honorary CEO Maureen Forrest has won The Graham Norton Gin Inspiring Charity Leader Award for 2019! The award recognises Maureen as one of Ireland’s most inspiring women. Everyone at HOPE is incredibly proud!
Below is the official announcement transcript.
Ahead of the ICC 2019 Cricket World Cup, 10 teams of street girls and boys from across the world have an amazing opportunity to come to London to compete in their own Cricket World Cup event (SCCWC), from 30th April to 7th May. The Hope Foundation has been invited to bring a team of street…Details