The Hope Foundation are delighted to become an official Gaisce Challenge Partner. This means that all our volunteers from the age of 15 to 25 can put their hours of fundraising with HOPE through our secondary schools and third level programmes or any volunteering outside of an educational institution towards getting a Gaisce award from…Details
2018 Rose of Tralee Kirsten Mate Maher spent a week visiting our projects in Kolkata. Here Kirsten talks about her experience and appeals for your ongoing support.Details
Actress Dame Judi Dench, Patron of The Hope Foundation, TV Presenter Sinead Kennedy and a host of Irish celebrities band together to support the Christmas Gifts of HOPE Appeal in aid of The Hope Foundation. Dame Judi, Sinead, Martin King, Deric O’Hartigan, Senator David Norris, Declan O’Rourke, Amanda Brunker and Paddy Andrews to name a…Details
In October 2015, five students from Sacred Heart Secondary School in Clonakilty were chosen by their teachers to join The Hope Foundation’s School Immersion Programme. The Immersion Programme gives Transition and 5th Year students the unique opportunity to travel to Kolkata for one week and to visit HOPE projects on an educational and cultural visit…Details
HOPE were delighted to take part in the annual CNN My Freedom Day this week, appearing on CNN news as well as on their website and across their social media platforms.
The CNN Freedom Project highlights modern day slavery and actively fights trafficking globally.Details
2014 Cork Rose and television presenter Anna Geary, comedian and actor Pat Shortt along with his daughter Lily Shortt today launched The Day of HOPE for The Hope Foundation. The Annual National Day of HOPE, kindly supported by Butlers Chocolate, takes place across the country on Thursday 13th October. Now in its 6th year, the…Details
The Hope Foundation’s annual lunch, kindly sponsored by O’ Flynn Group and Horner APG took place on Friday 21st September in the luxurious surroundings of The Maryborough Hotel and Spa in Cork. The lunch was a celebration of resilience, solidarity, friendship and of course 19 successful years of HOPE’s work, improving the lives of vulnerable street and slum children in Kolkata India.Details