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Hope Trust

Org #39154
Vetted since 2017
2005
year founded
$55,083
raised on GlobalGiving
6
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Hope Trust aims to educate, equip and empower people with life skills and where appropriate offer counselling support to those in need of it. Our charity was formed to assist people to address life in a pro-active way, when life feels hopeless and overwhelming, particularly those who are suicidal or self harming. We have developed teaching materials that are aimed at addressing poor mental health. We also conduct workshops to empower people to be appropriate and assist those who are struggling in life. All this to strengthen the community and to address isolation that can be an issue for people struggling to connect in society. Our hope is to build capacity and increase the programmes... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Linda Rowett
Linda Rowett
Team
Linda D Rowett
Organization Information
Church View, Capellasheen
Kiltoom
Athlone, N37PP59
Ireland
+353 85 1140983
Organization Information
Church View, Capellasheen
Kiltoom
Athlone, N37PP59
Ireland
+353 85 1140983

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Exciting Endeavour for us

By Linda Rowett | Director

We mentioned in a previous report that we were exploring the possibility of creating a series of short films around suicide and self-harm.  This has been in the planning stage through 2023 and... Read the full report ›

New Possibilities

By Linda Rowett | Director

We send you warm greetings from Ireland. We have experienced many changes in operation since our inception as a charity in 2005.  Over the years we have covered many different projects and are... Read the full report ›

Hope for the future

By Linda Rowett | Director

We had a very enthusiastic team of young adult volunteers from a local Athlone church who took to the streets and local shopping centres to enquire 'how are you?', as Hope Trust contributed to the... Read the full report ›
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