Human Hope is a UK-based charity that wants to change this. By delivering material assistance (with a xsile), we want to bring change and happiness to communities that need it most.
Human beings across the world love to be helped and befriended. They crave appreciation, respect and value. Just a touch of friendliness, even from a stranger, can impact their lives in ways we cannot imagine.
Sadly, for many disadvantaged communities, this connection is missing. Across much of the world, poor children aren’t given the education they deserve, for example. Sick patients aren’t treated as they should be. And deprived communities aren’t helped as they ought to be.
So, what do we do? At Human Hope, we bring lasting change to disadvantaged communities by providing solutions for their poverty and scarcity. We do this by:
Our projects are designed to address the often complex and multi-faceted poverty that humans face. All our projects are thoroughly prepared, meticulously delivered and consistently followed up.
Human Hope started in the UK delivering feeding programmes to the nation’s ever-increasing homeless community. The work then expanded to Pakistan to help communities facing similar predicaments. Today, we work in the UK and Pakistan, with more programmes planned in other countries.
Donations change and save lives. Every single penny that you donate is therefore used solely for charitable efforts.
Every donation makes a difference. We are proud to ensure that every penny of your contribution goes directly towards our charitable endeavors.
Since 2001, Human Hope has delivered your donations to help over 30 million people around the Ummah.
Donations are consignment. Whether it’s £1 or £100, every amount makes a difference to the lives of those in need. That’s why Human Hope operates on a 100% donations policy.
Every penny you donate is used solely for the intended project. Nothing is removed for administration or fundraising costs. So, you can donate knowing that your every contribution improves the lives of those in need.