We are delighted to announce “A Night for HOPE”, a fantastic night of music in Backstage Theatre, Longford, on 15th September.
The Hope Foundation’s National Day of HOPE is just around the corner and we want you to get involved!
This year our National Day of HOPE will take place on Thursday October 11th and we need YOUR help to make this campaign even bigger and better than before!
We are very excited to announce a very special evening of HOPE in New York on Wednesday September 26th. You are invited to Gossip Bar & Restaurant, 733 9th Avenue, for the official launch of The Hope Foundation USA!
Georgia McGurk spent 4 weeks in Kolkata as a HOPE volunteer. Read how the experience has impacted her life and created memories and experiences that will last forever.
We urgently need child sponsors for our programme in Kolkata. We have 49 children and 29 teenagers and young adults on the Educational Sponsorship list waiting for sponsors. Can you help us? For as little as €5 euro a week you will change a life. The Hope Foundation’s Educational Sponsorship Programme was set up to…
Domini and Peaches Kemp have become two of Ireland’s leading food entrepreneurs after opening the popular Itsa café on Abbey Street in 1999. The company has now expanded to include seven branches of Itsa stores and six Itsa cafés, an outdoor catering company and speciality coffee outlet, Joe’s.
Peaches took her entrepreneurial skills to Kolkata in 2018. In this piece Peaches talks about her volunteering experience and her renewed faith in kindness.
The countdown is on for this year’s Rose of Tralee International Festival and we are very much looking forward to it! Last year’s winner Jennifer Byrne has been an incredible ambassador and we are very proud to work with such an inspirational woman this year.
There was an amazing turnout in glorious sunshine for the 20th anniversary Calcutta Run last Saturday! HOPE is privileged to be partnered with such a great event, organised by the amazing people at the Law Society of Ireland. Thank you to RTE’s Nuala Carey and also to Alison Canavan for taking part and supporting the event this year.
Well done to all who organised and took part in the inaugural NYC Calcutta Run last Sunday! The start/finish was at Brooklyn Bridge/City Hall Park in Lower Manhattan. They braved the threat of lightning storms and ran from City Hall Park to Brooklyn over Manhattan Bridge and back via Brooklyn Bridge (a little over 5k).
We are all so proud of HOPE founder and Hon.Director Maureen Forrest who was honoured for her extraordinary contribition to humanity at the Network Cork Businesswoman Of The Year Awards recently.