World Day for International Justice

Today is World Day for International Justice. We’d like to raise awareness this day by highlighting important issues related to social inequality, and the ways in which The Hope Foundation are working towards bridging the gap and improving the lives of street and slum residents in Kolkata.

World Youth Skills Day 2016

July 15th, World Youth Skills Day, an initiative proposed by draft resolution by Sri Lanka and adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in December 2014. High youth unemployment often means being unable to escape the effects of poverty, and affects entire families, communities and nations.

Arthur Carron’s Exhibition in aid of Hope Foundation

Arthur Carron is a national and internationally award winning photographer from Dundalk, a fellow of the Irish photographic federation and 17 year professional press and PR photographer working primarily for the Irish Independent in recent years. Over the past few years his trips took him to the Northern Indian cities of Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, Varanasi and…

Volunteers from DAVY visit Kolkata with HOPE

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…

Experience India with HOPE in 2016

Would you like to experience magical India and help children in need? Take part in one of HOPE’s many worthwhile programmes in 2016 and have a life-changing experience that will also support HOPE’s projects in Kolkata. So far, the following HOPE programmes are lined up for 2016. All programmes either take place in Kolkata or…

Kick for Kolkata

Have you seen him……? One of our amazing volunteers, Kevin, is after setting off around the entire country of Ireland to fundraise for HOPE in a very unique way…. Kevin is going to kick a point in every one of Irelands club and county GAA grounds – all 1,616 of them. Join him on his…

Sue Perkins visits HOPE in Kolkata

We were delighted a number of months ago when we received the notification that Sue Perkins was on her way to Kolkata and had penciled HOPE in for a visit. We constantly seek to increase awareness of our work in Kolkata with some of the most underprivileged children of our time- Sue had decided to…