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Having volunteered with HOPE for eight months in Kolkata, I could write at length about the work of HOPE, having witnessed the fantastic work being carried out there. Instead I want to share the transformation volunteers themselves have – beyond the general “goodness” of volunteering, including not only helping those in need of care and…Details
Left to right – The Bedford Fundraising Committee (Seema Bhogaita, Reza Beyad HOPE Ambassador, Poonam Chand, and Karen Crofts Hotston) Stopping at the side of the road to view a fabulous Indian wedding, during one of many work trips to India, was the start of my journey towards The Hope Foundation For Street Children…Details
Jane Richter, HOPE UK supporter and fundraiser, visited several of HOPE’s projects in late 2022. *Jane discovered HOPE during the extensive research for her film called Cameron, Coffee & Calcutta; A Traveller’s Tales about the life of pioneer Victorian photographer, Julia Margaret Cameron. From Jane’s research, she discovered strong links to Kolkata and, as a…Details
I first visited Kolkata in October 2015 and over two weeks I had the opportunity to see some of the amazing projects that HOPE runs and carries out with its local partners. Never before had I seen child poverty on the scale I had come across in my first few days. It was comforting to…Details
Due to my ongoing struggle to juggle work and family life, it is rare that I get to watch television. On 2nd September 2015, I managed. I watched a documentary presented by Sue Perkins, part of which was her speaking with those involved with The Hope Foundation. As I sat down, my mind entertained by…Details