The market runs 10am – 3pm every Thursday at Mahon Point Shopping Centre. Green Saffron has had a stall on the market since the beginning and has watched as the market flourished to become one of the most popular in Ireland. Green Saffron sells a variety of the finest quality whole spices, spice blends, curry…Details
As one of the staff who travelled to Kolkata this year with the Hope foundation I was honoured to be part of such a wonderful group of students. They were a credit to their families and school and I believe we all have a very different perspective since the trip. A view which will stand to us when times get tough in the years ahead…Details
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 are delighted to be an official challenge partner with GAISCE (The President’s Award).
The President’s Award is a self-development programme that encourages you to find your passion, get active and make a difference in your community! Gaisce is a direct challenge from the President of Ireland to young people aged 15-25 to dream big and realise their potential.Details
We commenced sending young people on the HOPE You Can Paint programme in 2014 and have had three groups travel to Kolkata to work with HOPE since that time. A new departure for us it has developed into a pivotal part of our school year and the programmes and opportunities we deliver to young people.Details
July 30th was International Day against trafficking in persons. Read Asha and Renu’s terrifying story here and how Renu was rescued through HOPEs support. Asha and her daughter Renu (names changed) went on a pilgrimage to Brindaban with a guru, whom they trusted and were devoted to. They reached Brindaban the following day and…Details
Dad and I travelled to Kerry on Saturday morning in order to reach Mount Brandon at 3pm to start our first climb. The weather was not on our side as the tail of Hurricane Harvey came through Dingle – to top things off the Dingle Marathon was on, as you can imagine we decided it was not our day.Details