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HOPE’S Christmas reverse advent calendar appeal

This November why not put an item a day into a Christmas advent box. Items could include; tinned food, socks, puzzles, chocolates etc…At the end of November the advent box can then be donated to someone homeless, where they can then take out an item each day in December. This time of year is especially hard for those who we work with a support. Everyone should have a gift to open. We’re running this appeal alongside donate a gift. You can either take part in the reverse advent calendar, which will take place throughout November, or simply donate a single gift to our donate a gift this Christmas.

For more information on our appeals, please contact Emma 01909 531294 ext.29 or development@hopeservices.org.uk

 

Donate a gift to HOPE this Christmas

Donate a gift this Christmas Well it is coming to that time of year again, and this year local homeless charity HOPE Community Services are running a “donate a gift this Christmas” appeal. Every year HOPE likes to ensure that the people who they work with and support have a present to open on ChristmasContinue Reading

St Anne’s Church donates Harvest Festival food to HOPE

Hope Community Services would like to say a massive thank you to St Anne’s Church in Worksop and the local community for donating their Harvest Festival donations to HOPE for their homeless hostel. Pupils from St Anne’s CofE school helped carry out the donated food to cars where the food would then be transported toContinue Reading

HOPE receives harvest festival donations

      HOPE receives Harvest Festival donations Hope Community Services would like to say a massive thank you to Hallcroft Methodist Church in Retford and also New Testament Church in Worksop for donating their Harvest Festival donations to HOPE for their homeless hostel. A Harvest Festival  period is where local churches and especially schools growContinue Reading

Peter tells his story about being homeless and HOPE

Peter became homeless after he suffered a relationship breakdown, and therefore ended up coming to HOPE Community Services after hearing about us from a family member.  Peter received support and advice whilst with HOPE, which eventually led him to obtaining his own property as well as volunteering at HOPE. After months of volunteering and rebuildingContinue Reading

Statement by HOPE Community Services

Statement by HOPE Community Services We have been made aware, by the Council’s Licensing Officer, that someone has been collecting at local pubs supposedly on behalf of HOPE, Bassetlaw’s homeless charity for those in Crisis.   It seems that they are selling wrist bands and have a collecting tin, purporting to be collecting for HomelessContinue Reading

Games Night CANCELLED

Due to poor ticket sales, we have sadly had to make the difficult decision to cancel our Games Night on the 1st of September at the Masonic Hall.   We have various raffle prizes up for grabs! Tickets will be on sale at £1 a strip from Wednesday the 16th of August in both ourContinue Reading

NCS Pack Foundation donates care packs to HOPE

NCS Pack Foundation donates care packs to HOPE Hope Community Services would like to thank you to NCS group The Pack Foundation, who did a 15k sponsored walk this week around their local nature reserve. They managed to raise an amazing £252 over two days, and used the money to create essential care packs, which theyContinue Reading

NCS Team 6 donates tents, sleeping bags and food to HOPE

Hope Community Services would like to thank students from Team 6 Wave 2 NCS (National Citizens Service) in Bassetlaw for fundraising for them. This week the group have taken part in a variety of fundraising activities from a sponsored pyjama walk to supermarket bag packing in order to raise funds for homeless charity HOPE CommunityContinue Reading

Tuxford Beavers collects food for homeless charity HOPE

2nd Tuxford Beavers collects food for Worksop homeless charity HOPE  On Wednesday the 5th of July staff members Emma and Kellyanne delivered an awareness presentation to Tuxford’s Beavers (aged 6 years). The talk was to educate the beavers on what homeless is, how you can become homeless, and how people can help. Beaver leader LucyContinue Reading