Hope Nottingham

Hope Nottingham

Charity information

Hope Nottingham

Hope Nottingham runs a holistic support Hub in Beeston. This is a welcoming community for anyone in any kind of need. Services include foodbank, clothing & furniture; guidance with welfare, housing and debt. There is an employability programme including work experience, mentoring, skills tuition and a job club assisting with job searches and applications. Many people we support suffer with mental illness, addiction, social exclusion and poverty. We also support 15 foodbanks around Nottingham

Founded 2010

  • Mission statement

    Hope Nottingham aims to enable local people in communities all around Nottingham to work together to support their most disadvantaged neighbours, offering holistic and transformational help, to lift local people from hunger to hope.
    We aim to achieve this through local neighbourhood community hubs which provide a supportive a compassionate environment to welcome and include anyone in any kind of need, and work with them to build better lives. Ultimately we aim not just to help people help themselves, but to join in with us to help their own neighbours.

  • Aims

    Hope Nottingham aims to:

    • Building local community support for the benefit of those in need in multiple location around Nottingham and beyond
    • Offering transformational support for those suffering poverty and disadvantage
    • Empowering long term unemployed people to get into paid work through work experience, mentoring, skills tuition and job search and application support.
  • Overview

    Established: July 2010

    Registered Charity Number: 1161248

    Board members: 4

    Full time staff: 2

    Part time staff: 6

    Volunteers: 350

    Phone number: 0303 040 1110

    Address: Hope House, Boundary Road NG9 2RF

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