An extraordinary online art and photography auction will take place throughout the month of July. This auction provides an opportunity to purchase exclusive artwork and photographs from renowned talent. The items have been donated to raise funds for the work of The Hope Foundation who are working with the stricken people of Kolkata.Details
Join our exclusive Zoom monthly book club with a special guest author joining us to chat with you about their chosen book.
All the guests will be household names, starting with bestselling author Liz Nugent who will be talking to us about her latest novel “Our Little Cruelties”.Details
Enet, Ireland’s largest wholesale, open-access network provider, has raised over €10,000 in vital funds for the Hope Foundation through an online quiz and virtual variety show. The Hope Foundation, a Cork-based charity that works to improve the quality of life for street and slum children in India, came together with Enet and quiz host Patrick…Details
We are very excited to bring you our first outdoor fundraising event this year, which will take place at the stunning Crosshaven House on Sunday 30th August. Crosshaven House have kindly allowed the exclusive use of their grounds to host a safe family day out, so please join us for a fun-filled Teddy Bear’s Picnic!…Details
Last night a super cyclone devastated Kolkata and our hearts are broken.
We are desperately trying to get information and an update on what is happening. There are 14 million people without power and internet so information is slow.
The Hope Foundation have teamed up with RedFM’s renowned DJ Stevie G to celebrate the extraordinary Class of 2020. This unique Virtual Graduation Ball will take place on the 28th of May. We all know that the restrictions in place have severely impacted the young people of Ireland, especially the graduating sixth years. This is…Details
Since operations began around 6 weeks ago our Emergency Response Teams in Kolkata and surrounding rural areas have distributed food packs and daily provisions to over 12,000 families, which equates to approximately 60,000 individuals.Details