Wine and Cheese Reception

From 5th – 13th November, students from the Cork Life Centre will travel to Kolkata, India with the Hope Foundation. They will learn about the work which the Foundation does to help marginalised and vulnerable young people in Kolkata, and will become involved in that work themselves.

This will be the third year that young people from the Centre will undertake this kind of journey. The impact this work has had on our young people has been incredible. We would be very grateful for your support.

Choose HOPE for GAISCE This Year

The Hope Foundation are delighted to become an official Gaisce Challenge Partner. This means that all our volunteers from the age of 15 to 25 can put their hours of fundraising with HOPE through our secondary schools and third level programmes or any volunteering outside of an educational institution towards getting a Gaisce award from…

Guidestar India Award

HOPE are delighted to say that our implementing agency in Kolkata – The Hope Kolkata Foundation (HKF), have been awarded the Guidestar India Transparency award following the audit of its financial reports over the past few years. HOPE is delighted to have received this award in recognition of its work to ensuring that we are…

Mark Seymour’s Street Photography Workshop, Kolkata – November 2017

The Hope Foundation are delighted to announce that Nikon UK Representative Mark Seymour will host a Street Photography Workshop in Kolkata in aid of HOPE. The workshop runs from 18th – 22nd November 2016 This is an amazing opportunity to spend with Mark Seymour capturing and documenting life on the streets of bustling Kolkata while also visiting some of The Hope Foundation’s projects. This…

HOPE supports World Human Trafficking Awareness Day

July 30th is World Human Trafficking Awareness Day, and HOPE is helping to raise awareness of this important issue that affects millions of lives every year. West Bengal, the area of India where The Hope Foundation works, is a vulnerable place for human trafficking. The area serves as a central location for intra and interstate human…