HANDS OF HOPE

Enabling people and communities to lead healthier and happier lives by connecting them to nature and each other
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We are looking for a “people person” who loves the variety of working with people and nature, recruiting, retaining and supporting volunteers and visiting groups - outdoors and indoors – all year round and in all weather....
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We are thrilled to announce the release of Hands of Hope's Annual Impact Statement for the year 2023. This document is a testament to the incredible journey we've embarked on together, the lives we've touched, and the communities we've transformed...
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We are recruiting a new, full-time, Head of Growing & Gardening - Social, Commercial, Educational & Therapeutic. This exciting position would suit an applicant who believes in the power of Growing, Cooking and Nature to improve wellbeing and who has the drive and desire to create a legacy space....
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Our very own, on-site, organic Farm Shop is now open here at Hope Farm Gardens (starting 14th July 2023) - open on Fridays from 10am to 4pm. Brimming with produce this is the best place to buy fresh, seasonal, organic fruit and vegetables....
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Year 5 children from Cranbrook Primary School had a wonderful day connecting with nature at Hands Of Hope Charity UK with Project Rewild. WATCH THE VIDEO......
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Hands of Hope's 'Get Growing' programme has been shortlisted as 1 of the 5 regional finalists to receive National Lottery funding through The People's Projects 2023 and WE NEED YOUR VOTE to help us win....
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Hope Farm Community Garden is hosting a morning workshop next week to discover and explore the medicinal properties of certain plants as they emerge from their winter sleep. WOULD YOU LIKE TO JOIN US?...
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We're pleased to announce that our Impact Report for 2022 is now published and we're excited to share it with you so you can see what we've been up to and how your valuable support makes a difference in the local community....
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Are you passionate about the health, wellbeing and social benefits of gardening, horticulture therapy and food growing? We are seeking an experienced Head of Horticulture to develop and lead Hands of Hope’s key social, educational, and therapeutic horticulture activities....
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2022 has been a challenging year for many of us due to the current economic crisis. Hands of Hope wants to help - will you join us?...
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