We support people with activities such as forms filling, welfare benefits advice, accommodation advice, employment issues etc.
As a charity, our goal is to provide the necessary support to all service beneficiaries regardless of their race, background and personal history or circumstances. We are a non-judgemental and inclusive organisation. Our aim is simply to love and to do what God has called us to do.
We now have a Community Housing Advice & Information Office based on 143 Watling Street, Gillingham, Kent ME7 2YY.
We still do telephone advice but there will be an opportunity for a drop-in session.
Free food can also be picked up from the charity shop.
HHF Housing Support aims to break the cycle of a lack of stable accommodation and re-offending.
Are you currently experiencing housing issues such as harassment, victimisation or illegal eviction during this unprecedented pandemic? Hands of Hope Foundation is offering free Housing advice, support and signposting to individuals or families who may be experiencing any of the above issues.
You can contact us via email or the number below to speak to an advisor between 5pm and 7pm on Mondays to Fridays, 11am to 3pmon Saturdays.
Tel: 07794 595 996
We will work with local landlords and local authorities on referrals, with Step by Step programmes in place to help accommodate the service beneficiaries in the community which will help to prevent homelessness and reduce re-offending.
Poverty Alleviation Programme
Poverty Alleviation Programme – the aim of our international mission is to ‘ease poverty’. The Poverty Alleviation Programme’s objective is to support and help raise funds for African Orphanages who do not necessarily do similar projects but need the support to keep doing the project they do.
African Orphanages who are transparent, accountable and making real noticeable efforts with positive outcomes in the life of children in their care and also need the support to improve in what they do. We will also be working in partnership with other non-profit organisations to fund their day-to-day operations.
Educational/Skill-Based Training Sponsorship
HHF provides Black and minority ethnic (BME) access to better jobs by providing them with resources that is needed and providing a range of training and practical skills courses that will provide them with employment opportunities and the necessary skill to develop it into their own business.
We will be providing emerging vital skills, entrepreneurial and management skills to enable people to branch into own enterprises that are necessary in today’s economy. Areas we will be focusing on will include Sewing, Dress designing and dress making, Barbing, Carpentry, basic Information Technology, Gardening and many more as we grow and cover necessary and important skills in the future.