Spend 5 Amazing days with Mark Carey from 10th to 14th March 2019, capturing and documenting life on the streets of Kolkata. This is a unique cultural experience and is a professionally organised course. It covers a variety of inspiring locations which are sure to result in a unique portfolio.
Pranic Healing for HOPE was established in 2018. It is the brainchild of Pranic healers and friends of HOPE, Joan Hunt and Amanda Connell, with the aim of raising much needed funds to support HOPE’s projects with the street and slum children of Kolkata.
We are delighted to announce that Cycle for HOPE takes place on Saturday, September 7th 2019 at 9.00am, and will see over 200 cyclists get on their bikes as they make their way along the coastal route from the Butlers Chocolates Visitor Centre, Clonshaugh, Dublin to Louth and back
Ireland will play an historic first Test match against England at Lord’s over 4 days from 24 – 27 July, and to celebrate we have a wonderful package up for auction, courtesy of Cricket Ireland.
The Hope Foundation is very proud to be a long-time partner of the International Rose of Tralee Festival. Every year the reigning Rose travels to Kolkata to visit HOPE projects and to see first-hand the importance of our work on the ground there.