Voices of Hope was established to help restore and rebuild hope in individuals, improving physical and mental health through community-based projects. We have reached approximately 250 people each week through our projects. Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic we have radically diversified and grown to meet the expansive needs within our community.
Over the last year we have worked hard to bring tangible hope into our community and improve the quality of life for key people groups, including women who have experienced domestic violence and abuse, those without a home, low-income families, those with complex physical and/or mental health issues and the elderly.
We rely on grants and donations to enable us to continue serving the isolated and vulnerable in Kingston borough and surrounding areas. Please consider supporting us by making a donation. You can also get involved as a volunteer; just visit our Engage page for more information.