The new local charity
set up by local people
for local people
9 Mallard Buildings, Station Road, New Milton. BH25 6HY Tel. 01425 629009 firstname.lastname@example.org
HOPe New Forest. Registered Charity No. 1152294. Company No. 8326735
© copyright HOPe New Forest 2016
We are dedicated to supporting older people in the community, particularly those who are isolated or vulnerable.
Our central aim is to improve the quality of life for thousands of people locally, helping them to retain their independence safely and with dignity and to get the most out of life. We also promote the role of older people as active citizens.
To achieve our aims, we work with other charities and organisations, not in competition with them.
Our income is used entirely in the local community. Please help our work with your donations. Cheques can be made payable to:
Helping Older People New Forest
and we operate a Gift Aid scheme.
Would you like to help?
HOPe is in need of further Shop Volunteers,
to help man the Shop in 3-
In the first instance, please call in at our shop (opposite Barclays Bank, Station Road, New Milton) or phone 01425 629009.
HOPe New Forest is grateful to the following for their support:
Colten Care Ltd • Gracewell Healthcare – The Shelbourne (Sway) • Milford on Sea WI
Tesco (Caird Avenue), Tesco (Lymington), Tesco Express New Milton
B&Q Christchurch • Craft and More, New Milton • Hardys the Electrical Store, New Milton
Sainsbury's, Christchurch • McColl's, New Milton • Flower Vogue, New Milton
Christchurch Interiors • The Three Bells, Hordle • Milford Supplies, New Milton
Barton Womens’ Fellowship • Burley Christmas Fair • New Forest Mummers.
HOPe SHOP WINDOW
COMES OUT FRONT !!
HOPe came first in the Charities section of “NewBiz” for its shop window Christmas
display this year!
9th APRIL ~ 23rd APRIL
9th JULY ~ 24th SEPTEMBER
NEW! Befriending Scheme -
We'll soon be launching a brand new befriending service and are looking for volunteers.
If you can spare an hour or two each week to visit someone who is feeling isolated or lonely then please get in touch.
We will provide training and ongoing support and it's a really rewarding thing to do.
If you feel you can help or would like to find out more, please contact our scheme manager Steve Anderton.
Phone : 01425 629009