Category: Fundraising

Sponsored Walk – Mission Accomplished!

We did it! We walked 10 miles through Epping Forest on Saturday 22nd September, and had a wonderful time along the way. Although the weather wasn’t always on our side, it didn’t dampen anybody’s spirits and we finished in a record-breaking time.  There were supporters, trustees, volunteers and keen walkers. Starting from The Holly Trail...

Football Tournament

We’d like to say a big thank you to our corporate partner TELSTRA UK for organising a 5-a-side football tournament for their employees in aid of Hope for the Young on Thursday 2nd August. Hope for the Young also entered a team and whilst England might not have won the World Cup this year, our…

The Big Half: A Running Success!

On the 4th of March, Team Hope for the Young participated in The Big Half, an exciting half marathon winding its way through the streets of East London! We knew our determined runners would cross the finish line still smiling having participated in this unique race highlighting the diversity and spirit of the city. We…

New Year Raffle!

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS!!   Friends and supporters, yesterday was a very prestigious and momentous day in Hope of the Young's calendar as we had our famous New Year Raffle Draw.   We entered all the entrants into our randomized computer generator. Then our team processed up the crushed-red-velvet carpet and pressed the button to...

Half Marathon Walk

Our team of volunteers walked 13 miles (half marathon) along the Dollis Valley Greenwalk on Saturday 25 October 2014 to raise over £23,950 for our new Volunteer Support Project for vulnerable young refugees. The project provides mentors for young people in education struggling to settle into the UK.

CHARITY EVENT: STAND UP FOR HOPE

The event took place at Soho Theatre on Sunday 24 February and raised £3000 on the evening that will help Hope for the Young provide peer mentors, financial, educational and psychological support for disadvantaged children in India and vulnerable unaccompanied young refugees in the UK, giving them the chance to transform their lives. Omid means hope in Persian.

Nepal Trek

Our two volunteers are back, alive and very sore! The strong rains in Western Nepal left these two adventurers with little option but to embark on the bold trek on the other side of the Tibetan border in Ladakh, Northern India.