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Help Hope to help those in need by donating now

Please donate to help us support those in need

Our Appeal

We are appealing for your help. Each individual we support and work with often needs, clothing, food, a hot shower and of course a bed for the night. Currently, due to homelessness rising we are seeing more demand for our services. 1 in every 10 people are now becoming homeless (Joseph Rowntree) and most families are only a few pay slips away from experiencing eviction and homelessness.

Unfortunately, as we are operating at full capacity, we don’t have the room to accommodate everyone. Due to this, sadly have to turn people away. If this does happen, we want to ensure that they have food, and a warm and waterproof coat or jacket, or even sleeping bag. Your donations can help us to support those who are in need, and have no-where else to go. Any donation, no matter how small can help us to make a difference. Please, #HelpHope and more importantly help those in need and less fortunate. 

Here is how you can help: 

You can donate via Paypal, if you wish to do so, please contact us for our details, or via our Just Giving webpage:

Alternatively, you can text HOPC24 and your amount to 70070

Text donations do not come straight our of your account, and are added onto your monthly mobile phone bill. For more information you can visit the Just Giving website.

For more information, you can also visit our Facebook page.

HOPE needs volunteer van drivers

We are looking for volunteer van drivers to drive our Luton vans, for our Worksop Furniture Project. The drivers would drive the vans for things such as, furniture collections, delivering furniture, large collections from local suppliers, and also driving down to London for clothing collections.   2/3 days a week/16 hours per week volunteering MUSTContinue Reading

Susan’s case study

Case Study – Susan When Susan was a young, she lived on a Worksop council estate with her parents.  She explained that; “because both my parents were out of work they couldn’t afford to buy me many of the things that other children had, which resulted in me being called hurtful names, and being bullied. Continue Reading

Worksop Talbot House Pupils donates to homeless charity

Worksop Talbot House Pupils donates to HOPE  On Friday 3rd of February HOPE’s CEO Alan Diggles attended a special dinner. Worksop Talbot House pupils hosted this dinner for homeless charity HOPE, in order to present HOPE with a cash donation. HOPE was presented with a donation of £618.01, which was raised from Talbot House PupilsContinue Reading

Easter Eggs for HOPE

  This year we want to be able to give those who we support an Easter egg at Easter.-something sometimes we take for granted. We are asking for donations of Easter Eggs, to give our service users an Easter gift.   They can be dropped off at : 17 Queen Street in Worksop. If youContinue Reading