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As you might be aware, there is a real shortage of truly affordable accommodation in Watford and...
Fundraiser of the Month for April is St Catherine of Siena Roman Catholic School in Garston!
Our Fundraiser of the Month for March is Harris and Hoole! Harris and Hoole are a coffee shop situated in Watford's Tesco Extra...
On Wednesday 23rd March, a team of volunteers from Watford Borough Council and Three Rivers District Council repainted the Night Shelter rooms in the Sanctuary.
Each year GE Money employees donate hundreds of chocolate Easter eggs which are then distributed to local charities.
New Hope recently received a delivery of two oven dishes, two roasting trays and a frying pan from online home ware retailer, wayfair.co.uk.
On Wednesday 16th March 2016, Selco Building Warehouse opened their brand new Watford branch in the Imperial Park Industrial Estate
On Friday 17th June, a small group of New Hope staff, service users and supporters will be taking on the 26 mile Rickmansworth Challenge Walk through the Chilterns, and you could join them!
On Friday 4th March, we held a Frugal Supper to raise money for our work with those who are homeless in Watford.
Guests were invited to a formal dinner but were only given a meal of soup and bread.
The Fundraiser of the Month for February has been awarded to Engie.
Engie is a corporate supporter of New Hope who had a homemade cake sale in...
New Hope has always responded to the needs of the people we work with – it is how we began and how we have grown. Today, there is an unprecedented...
You will have probably heard about our Fundraiser of the Month a few times over the last two months but we can't stop talking about her due to how incredible she is!
Ruislip Windmill Rangers, part of the senior section of Girlguiding UK, held their annual Christmas event in December 2015.
Choosing a 'Fundraiser of the Month' is often a difficult task in December. There are so many amazing people and groups who support New Hope over the Christmas period...
With temperatures dropping at the moment, you may be wondering what we're doing to make sure people sleeping rough are kept warm and safe.
Last Christmas, the West Watford Golfing Society decided to fund Christmas at New Hope with a donation of £1,000 and this year they did the same!
On Christmas Day, Mrs Jenny Smith, Head of Year Seven at Watford Girls Grammar School, braved the icy waters of Weymouth Harbour and raised...
Mrs Jenny Smith, Head of Year Seven at Watford Girls Grammar School, will be braving icy cold waters on Christmas Day as she swims across...
We've launched a range of alternative gifts in our online store. If you're struggling to think of what to buy your friends or family, why not buy them a New Hope Alternative Gift?
Earlier this year, Dorothy Thornhill, Mayor of Watford, chose New Hope to be Mayor's charity of the year. Part of being Dorothy's chosen charity means receiving the proceeds from her Christmas card.
A team from Topgolf Watford are taking part in the annual sponsored sleepout at St Albans Abbey on 4 December to raise money for New Hope.
Harris and Hoole launched a ‘giving tree’ campaign this week in their Watford store.
We’re delighted to announce that New Hope won the Inspiring Project (Evangelical Alliance) Award at the Inspire Awards 2015 which took place at the Houses of Parliament on 26 November.
Our Fundraiser of the Month for October 2015 is Pat Bollins! Pat organised a pop up restaurant in her dining room for her friends – what a wonderful idea!
On Sunday 22nd November, synagogues and Jewish groups from Radlett, Bushey and Hatch End supported New Hope as part of Mitzvah Day...
This year, we held a colouring competition for primary school age children. Each entrant was asked to draw and colour their favourite meal.
Sleeping bags and socks were generously donated to us by the students of Rudolf Steiner School in Kings Langley.
At our Community Market Garden, we are always on the lookout for new ways our service users can learn and grow. Recently we were approached by a qualified...
This year in the UK, we'll be sending around a billion Christmas cards. That's quite a lot! So, we decided to launch our own card designs this year.
Polly Odbert, the volunteer shop manager at our Watford Charity Shop, has won the Chairman's Award for Volunteer of the Year at the Audentior Awards.