At HOPE we are listening to the most vulnerable children in the world. One such child is Riya. Riya was found abandoned, suffering from severe disabilities, in a plastic bag under a seat in one of Kolkata’s busiest train stations. Riya, estimated to be around 5 or 6, was most likely abandoned due to the…Details
HOPE needs your help! Our annual Day of HOPE is on Thursday, October 13th. This is our national day of selling Butlers HOPE chocolate bars on the streets, in businesses and in shopping centres. It is a fun day that helps to raise awareness and much needed funds for the work we do with street…Details
The Hope Foundation is very proud to have the partnership of Davy. Davy financially support our Punorjiban child protection home, which is a rehabilitation centre for young boys who have suffered from solvent abuse in Kolkata. Siobhan and Ailbhe, Davy employees, visited our projects in Kolkata recently to see firsthand the difference they have made to…Details
Charlie McBurney has volunteered twice with The Hope Foundation in Kolkata. Here, Charlie writes about her experience and about the importance of our work in the City of Joy.Details
Planning on running the VHI Women’s Mini Marathon on June 2nd? If so why not consider running in aid of HOPE!
The VHI Women’s Mini Marathon, an annual 10k charity road race, occurs each June bank holiday weekend in Dublin and is the largest Women’s event of its kind in the world.Details
We were delighted to have visited the village Ghoramara Island through our CSR partnership with VERDE LED who have a mission to improve the quality of life of the poorest families living in the Sundarbans region of India by providing free lighting to those in darkness.Details
On this day in 1959, the UN Assemble adopted the Declaration of the Rights of the Child, and on the same day in 1989, the Convention on the Rights of the Child. The Convention, which is the most widely ratified international human rights treaty, sets out a number of children’s rights including the right to…Details