Be a HopeGiver!
Check out some of the amazing projects below:
Welcome to HopeGiver! Please spend some checking out some of the amazing projects below – and if any of them appeal to you, please consider being a HopeGiver – and donate to the projects as you can. But please do it cheerfully! It’s a real blessing and a joy to you when you are able to give. After all, it’s said:
you make a living by what you get; you make a life by what you give!
Winston Churchill, UK Prime Minister, who led Britain through World War 2
CrowdFunding Projects Making a real difference in people's lives
Reportedly, the longest running recovery group in North Wales, DARE exists primarily for Drug & Alcohol Recovery Expeditions, helping everyone in recovery (and those who support others in recovery) from any of life’s hurts, habits and hangups, by taking them out onto the hills and mountains of North Wales (and further afield occasionally) and giving them a purpose and a hope for the future.
To raise money for our work, we are taking part in the Snowdonia Challenge – a 100K walk over 3 days.
We know that as we share this on social media, through our website, and by email, at least 1,500 people will see this appeal. If you’re one of the thousand – please consider giving at least £1, and this will cover the cost of the roof repair, and help plug the hole – not just in the roof – but in the finances of this worthwhile facility.
Beit Tikva – House of Hope – is a stage 2 recovery house in North Wales for men aged 22 – 65 years old who are ready to make the positive move back into community and work towards independent living.
We need a printer! In order to provide a service for a number of local community groups, projects, organisations and charities, we need a quality printer. Print costs – particularly for low volume printing – is prohibitively expensive for small groups and charities, and we are aiming to provide a solution.
Here at ARC Communities, based in North Wales, our primary function is to provide open access drop-in services for people who are homeless or suffer with serious substance misuse. We seek to inspire, motivate and care for people living in chaos or crisis, without prejudice or discrimination, supporting them back into stability and independent living within their communities by embracing them as unique, necessary and totally worthwhile members of society.
These are only the most recent projects. To see more, scroll to the bottom of the page! Thank You!
Other projects Making a real difference in your community
Food Banks rely mostly on donations of food and are run by volunteers. However, there are financial costs (covering travel costs / car fuel), premises (including utilities – electricity, telephone) and certain food items that need to be purchased when they are not available.
Join us as a HopeGiver for just less than £1 a week – which works out at £4.32 a month by direct debit. Joining us using the link on this page will ensure that you support the work of ARC Communities – helping the homeless, those living in chaos and crisis and those working towards Achieving Recovery in the Community.
Baby pack – box of nappies, wet wipes and formula milk. Given to those given food parcels from the local Food Bank when they need nappies and food for their children.
Buy a brick in a kindergarten school in Liberia.