Liverpool's HOPE Project receives £1,000 worth of donations

21 Dec 2017

Established four years ago, the HOPE (Helping Other People Exist) Project, which is funded entirely by donations, supports Liverpool’s homeless.

They are a group of volunteers who go out into Liverpool City Centre giving out a hot drink and a sandwich to those living on the streets.

The charity has recently received £1,000 worth of donations from local pensions administrator MyCSP. Donations include everything from gloves and hats to sleeping bags and thermal socks.  

The group at the HOPE Project go out four nights a week between 9.30pm and 11.30pm and stick to a regular route so those in need know where to find them.

David Boardman, Director of Customer Excellence at MyCSP said: “Hot food and essential items such as warm clothing and sleeping bags are vital for anyone sleeping on our streets. We’re full of admiration for the HOPE project and the support they provide for some of the most vulnerable in our society.”

If you would like to donate or volunteer with the HOPE Project, please visit their Facebook page.

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