Over £1,600 raised during Hope's first ever Sleep Out

Hope's brilliant supporters have raised over £1,600 by taking part in the first ever Sleep Out for Hope. Read more

Donate to Hope's 2020 Christmas Shoebox Appeal

Our shoebox appeal is back! After such a tough 2020, donate a shoebox to spread some joy to a homeless person this Christmas. Read more

A week in the life of a Support Worker at Hope

One of our Support Workers talks about her experiences of working to support homeless people during the pandemic. Read more

Worksop community comes together to support new homeless people

Worksop's community has come together to support Hope Community Services' Emergency Bed Appeal, to help provide beds for 8 new homeless people. Read more

HOPE receives grants to support with the impact of coronavirus

Hope has received vital funding to ensure Nottinghamshire's only emergency hostel, Hope House, stays running throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Read more

HOPE provides sleeping bags for rough sleepers

Hope has been running a sleeping appeal bag appeal over the last two months so that they could buy 20 sleeping bags. Read more

HOPE's Easter Eggtravaganza

We are appealing for donations of Easter Eggs, which will then be given to our service users. Read more

HOPE forms football team as a part of physical activities session

On Tuesday the 15th of January service users from Hope Community Services broke into two teams for a competitive and fun game of football at The Canch Park in Worksop Read more

Hope Community Services bags £1,150 from Tesco’s community grant scheme

Millions of shoppers have voted in Tesco stores up and down the country and it can now be revealed that HOPE has been awarded £1,150 Read more

Volunteers from Walgreen Boots Alliance help HOPE

A group of volunteers from Walgreen Boots Alliance attended HOPE Community Services as a part of their CSR Read more

Lidl bringing HOPE to those in need

Lidl in Shirebrook are set to begin donating food to HOPE Community Services twice a week. Read more

Funding will help Worksop homeless charity build more flats

A Worksop homeless charity has received £75,000 of funding from Natwest which will be used to help build self contained flats for homeless people. Read more