Local group ‘The Bournemouth Scene’ are hosting an event in the hopes of providing £500 funding towards a local community project. The event called SOUP Bournemouth aims to bring people together using food as a way of getting people interested in their local area and what is on offer to improve it. Four local community […]
Hope for Food provided a “life line” to 40 people in Charminster on a cold Winter’s night. Up to 40 people, some homeless and some on low income, sat down to enjoy a civilized meal in St Alban’s Church, Charminster, having walked miles in the rain to get there. First-time volunteers, Leanne and Claire, provided the food which […]
Interview with a local Bournemouth homeless man Sam.
Soup kitchens can be the only guarantee for some people to have a hot meal, Hunger Hurts visited St. Andrews church on a cold, wet winters night to see how the charity really does provide hope to those in need.
A selection of images from Hope for Food soup kitchen
A soup kitchen serving homeless people in Bournemouth is expanding its vital service to meet increased demand. Hope for Food will open its free service on an extra night of the week starting this month, to reach out to more people in need. Founded by Claire Matthews, the group already serves over 80 people a […]
Phoenix Rising, the Bournemouth and Poole Chapter of the Harry Potter Alliance, has been working in conjunction with the Hope for Food Campaign, supporting homeless people in the local area. The Alliance is an international society, with each ‘chapter’ working closely with local communities, using themes from the Harry Potter books. Kirsty Stanley, President of […]