Yoga for HOPE 2020 is planned to be a special trip to celebrate the 21st birthday of The Hope Foundation. We have launched an ambitious plan to raise €150,000 for the Hope Hospital and it is planned to be used to purchase a key piece of equipment that is needed now with the expansion of our Hope Hospital – a CT Scanner.Details
Our new Summer Walk4HOPE will take place on Sunday July 21st 2019 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
You can make a difference as a HOPE volunteer and experience a truly rewarding time working with street children in India. HOPE welcomes a large number of volunteers and visitors to our projects every year. Join the HOPE Volunteer programme and you will be working to change the lives of the poorest street and slum children in…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
Theresa Godly was adopted from Kolkata in 1975. Inspired by Saroo Brierley and the film LION, Teri has started her journey back to Kolkata. Teri supports the work of The Hope Foundation. Listen also to Teri’s interview on BBC Radio London or read the article written HOPE ambassador Andrea Catherwood on The Telegraph.
The HOPE UK team is extremely pleased to announce that we can now offer Residential placements in Kolkata for young people completing their Gold DofE.
The Kolkata Residential trip will allow young people to play an active role in supporting our work across our education and protection projects in a safe and supervised way.Details
A huge thank you to Dassi Bikes , Employees from HSBC & Virgin Money and the cycle team from London Business School for participating at The Competitive Cycle for HOPE. It was a great race at Canary Wharf. Canary Wharf generously donated the venue. There were many winners, HSBC Team 1 won overall. Virgin Money…Details
We are overwhelmed by the response to the BBC Documentary with Sue Perkins. People have so generously called, donated, sponsored children, reached out… Thank You! Each £1 donated will make a huge difference to the lives of some of the children whom Sue walked the streets of Kolkata with. From them, for them, our gratitude.…Details
We believe that ‘Education is the greatest gift that you can give a child’. For many years, we have been working with sixth form students through the curriculum and believe that this is one of the best ways of raising awareness of the street children in Kolkata. Understanding and witnessing the reality of poverty inspires young people…Details
Spend 5 Amazing days with Mark Carey from 18th to 22nd November 2019, capturing and documenting life on the streets of Kolkata. This is a unique cultural experience and is a professionally organised course. It covers a variety of inspiring locations which are sure to result in a unique portfolio.Details
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