HOPE welcome all forms of corporate involvement with our foundation, whether that be a once-off general donation or longer term commitment. We are open to hearing your ideas and offering proposals to align with the nature and needs of your business and CSR Programs.
We understand that employee engagement is becoming increasingly important for companies when making decisions about their choice of charity partner. HOPE can provide numerous options to meet this need.
Whilst our work is implemented in Kolkata and other parts of West Bengal India, we are very much an Irish based charity. HOPE works closely with schools and universities in Ireland via our Schools Immersion and Development Education Programme. We have societies in a growing number of third level institutions throughout Ireland.
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Testimonials & Partners
Butlers Chocolates & I are so proud to be part of HOPE for so many years. Each year, I make the journey to visit the projects, witnessing first-hand the change we can all make when we commit to a cause. While HOPE continues to work to save children on a daily basis, we here in Ireland and the developed world, can reach out in so many ways. Please take the time to engage with HOPE and reach out to the children who so desperately need us.
Since Enet partnered with HOPE at the beginning of 2020, we have raised almost €135,000 to support key HOPE projects in Kolkata. One of these projects is the Punorjibon Rehabilitation Home which caters for solvent-addicted children. Together with The Hope Foundation, we’re really delighted – and humbled – to be in a position to help make a real difference to these children so they can achieve their full potential.
We at Davy, are delighted to have HOPE as a Charity Partner. Two of our employees will visit India to experience the impact of HOPE on the ground. Employees of Davy are very interested in the work that HOPE do and we look forward to deepening our partnership with HOPE in the years ahead.
In Ireland, we have access to excellent eye care but many people in Kolkata are not as lucky, making it vital that we do all we can to improve their eye health services. The eye tests in India will enable the team to provide glasses, where necessary, giving children and adults better vision. These people would otherwise have been deprived of this basic need. The gift of sight could significantly change many of these people’s lives.' 'We are proud to have started the 'Blindness Eradication Programme' with the Hope Foundation, helping communities in Kolkata to prevent blindness through primary eye care, glasses and treating diseases. It was extremely fortunate that we were able to bring with us some of our students qualifying to be Optometrists that we support at TUD.