Thank you so much to all our supporters. 2019 has been a record breaker! We can only do this with your help. Please click below to read the 2019 Newsletter.
This is Denise, who was very pleased to receive a new cooker!
Denise said: “Thank you so much for your love and kindness. We will not forget your visit and what you did for me. That prayer really worked for both of us. God bless and keep you all safe. Wishing you a season blessings. Love Denise, Mike and the cats!”
We love to hear from people who have benefited from the Hope Project and are so grateful to receive help. We are also thrilled when we have the opportunity to pray with people and invite God to help them in other areas of their lives.
Sleeping soundly after having played on her new carpet!
The requests for carpets keep coming in thick and fast. Elizabeth moved into a Council house that didn’t have any. She really wanted one for her daughter’s room so she could play in a safe environment. Her daughter has just had her second birthday party and they were all able to enjoy themselves upstairs.
Thank you so much to all our supporters. Referrals to the Hope Project are at a record high and we can only do this with your help. Please click below to read the 2018 Newsletter.
This is the lovely Stephanie, a single mum of two who has just moved house. She lives on a very tight budget and is trying to save up for carpets as the house gets very cold. Her washing machine had been broken for two months when a friend told her about the Hope Project. She was over the moon with the new machine and said “Your kind help has been invaluable and is greatly appreciated.”
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from everyone at the Hope Project! Please click below to read this years Newsletter.
This one is Vicky and her little baby girl .Vicky was a single mum with piles of washing everywhere struggling to dry them until we have her a tumble dryer.
The Hope Project is very pleased to announce that it is expanding it’s vision. The Hope Project is increasing its influence, the opportunities to bless and its overall potential by becoming an ‘umbrella’ framework under which all Shekinah Christian Church social action initiatives focused on the alleviation of poverty can operate.
The new and expanded aims can be seen below.
- to provide new and quality goods and appliances to people who are in need
- to perform garden tidying and clearances for members of our local community
- to deliver Money coaching courses to those wanting to improve their budgeting skills and to signpost to debt advice agencies where required
- to provide hot meals to those in need in our local area and to work closely with the local food bank
- to identify new ways in which the needs of the poor in our local community can be met
The emphasis shall continue to be on the Penzance area however the Hope Project will now consider referrals from anyone in the West Cornwall area.
This is an exciting time in which we hope we will be able to reach and help more people in our community. If you know someone in need or you can help us with your time or finance then we would love to hear from you!
The Hope Project were very pleased to be able to help Demelza with a new washing machine.
Hope outside went LARGE yesterday with it’s first project of the year being the biggest yet. It was a great day and a great team effort, thanks to all those that helped it really made a big difference and now means that this lady has her garden back!! See the dramatic transformation by clicking on the video link below!
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- The Hope Project
- The Shekinah Centre
- Tarover Road,
Cornwall. TR18 2AA
- Tel: 01736 369616