Here we look at the valuable work carried out by Hope4 which receives monthly donations from Fine & Country Rugby and support through fundraisers including: Christmas Lights Switch On 2016 and a sleep out. We believe that knowing where your donations go and the great work that is achieved is just as important as giving a donation.
On Sunday 19th November the latest fundraiser for Hope4 will be taking place, the Christmas Lights Switch On, featuring special guest, Pixie Lott.
Fine & Country offices support local, national and international homeless charities both in the UK and internationally. Hope4 was chosen by Fine & Country Rugby.
Hope4 is a small, local homeless charity in Rugby which provides support, safety and basic provisions for its visitors. The town has hostels and B&Bs that are used by the council as temporary shelters, but Hope4 the only homeless charity in Rugby to help homeless people rebuild their lives and get off the streets.
The centre opened 10 years ago as a soup kitchen. Through the help and support from the council, residents and local businesses, Hope4 was able to expand and develop into a bustling centre.
Their services include a full kitchen run by volunteers, laundry facilities and showers. Their guests do not have to worry about hygiene, clean clothes and hot meals. This helps their visitors to prepare for job interviews and meetings at the Job Centre. The computers at the centre encourage people to use emails and apply for jobs.
Charlotte Schofield, Foundation and PR Coordinator said: “I had the privilege of visiting Hope4 to learn more about the work that they do and to meet the people that we are supporting. It was an incredible atmosphere which began as the staff and volunteers entered the building at 10am. They are all happy and very welcoming.
“At 11am the doors opened as their visitors came strolling in. It was clear that they all felt comfortable at Hope4 and knew what they were doing. Some people went to the laundry area, either to put on a wash or collect their items from the previous day. Others went onto the computers to apply for work or learn new IT skills.
One man had just come in from work. He made a cup of tea, ate a biscuit and spent a short time watching television. He said to me “It’s the little things” and chuckled.
“I couldn’t have agreed more with this man. Hope4 provides ‘the little things’ to homeless people in Rugby, and the big things, too. In the short term, homeless people have a safe place to spend their daytime and be productive, while in the long term they can learn new skills and find work.”
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