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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
Everyone at HOPE is incredibly proud of our most recent Likeskills Tailoring Unit graduates! We wish you all the very best of luck for the future. We are delighted that HOPE Lifeskills Training Institute has helped you gain qualifications to further your careers. Thank you to Kolkata crop nutrition brand, Indorama, for their support on…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
Keep Hope Alive Care for others by caring for yourself with our Yoga fundraiser. This will be an online Yoga class via Zoom with HOPE supporters and Yoga teachers Debi Henderson and Jan May You can join by making a donation that will be used to buy urgent supplies for HOPE’s COVID-19 Emergency Response in…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
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
India recently surpassed Brazil to become the world’s second worst-hit country in the COVID-19 pandemic. A second wave of infection is currently sweeping through the country and is considerably more infectious, and deadly, than the first. It is getting worse day by day.Details
On World Literacy Day we invite you to read this piece by HOPE founder and Hon. Director Maureen Forrest. In it, Maureen shares her thoughts about the contrast between educational opportunities in Ireland & India.Details
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
Recently we distributed the Gifts of HOPE that our wonderful supporters purchased at Christmas. Animals like clutches of chickens, goats and cows were handed over to underprivileged families living in rural areas of West Bengal as part of our sustainable livelihood programme. Healthy animals provide a sustainable source of food while also allowing the family…Details
HOPE UK invites you to sign up with friends, family and colleagues, to take on our exciting new annual fitness challenge and raise funds for HOPE’s Education Projects.
Every journey starts with a single step. Each step taken for HOPE, and every £1 raised, will count towards the first step on the journey of education for a child in HOPE’s care.Details