There are plenty of ways you can help us to keep the Hope Charity Project alive and growing
If you have had any personal experience of the issues which may affect a young person going through mental health problems, please get in touch. This could be you, or a member of your family. You can contribute to our support network by sharing your personal understanding and care, making a big difference. In return be proud to be part of a team determined for change and to bring help to those that need it now.
We would also love to hear from professionals all over the country who would be willing to get involved and help your local community and local HOPE group – from therapists, counselling and recreational workers who can help us deliver our varied programme of therapies and creative stimulation.
Contact us and we will be only too pleased to listen and see how you can get involved in our mission for change and providing somewhere for these young people and families to turn.
A monthly donation goes such a long way to help us to sustain being secure as an organisation.
More hands help to reach as many as we can to help and support
We welcome business to sponsers our cause as a sign of community support and giving back.
We are always needing skill sets to help the running of the charity. IT/Tec/Website Marketing/Design Social Media/PR Team Leaders
Are you a specialist and would like to be apart of this team of professionals wanting to make a difference when it really counts? From anywhere in the country, we need you. Get in touch if you can spare some time to our charity.
Join our Online HOPE Community Support Village, Be part of a national HOPE Team, Want to be a member of Team HOPE? Get in touch today :)
Do you care about the lack of resources in your area? If you would like to be a support leader for HOPE in your area please get in touch, full training provided. Lets make a difference together. Be the change and chance in your town.
Get in contact if you would like access to our in depth support with your situation by being connected with others going through the same. Be part of a wider national community, being there to support one and other at our private HOPE Support Community village. Don't go through this alone.