A message of appreciation from our Hon. Director Maureen Forrest and her family. I would like to thank everyone most sincerely for all your support and kindness following the recent death of my beloved husband Dick which was so sudden and heartbreaking. I now begin the journey to try and get my life…Details
The Board and Staff of The Hope Foundation wish to express our deepest sympathy to the family of the late Marie Kennelly.
Marie was a Director of the Board and a long and cherished supporter of HOPE.
Rest in peace dear Marie
At the moment hundreds of extraordinary students from dozens of schools across the country are organising their final fundraising events and attending their pre-departure meetings. Over the last few months, as part of HOPE’s School Immersion Programme, these remarkable young men and women have worked hard, with the support of their friends, families and schools,…Details
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.Details
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.Details
Legendary Irish footballer Robbie Keane was a very special visitor to Ashirbad Boys home in Kolkata recently. Robbie played soccer and signed jerseys for the boys, showing great compassion for the children who are helped by HOPE.Details