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Hope Trust challenges local church to get involved

23 Nov 2022
Written by Mark Hughes
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Our charity has been in operation since 2006 and was formed to provide a Christian response to the high rate of suicide in the country, and in particular the midlands. We have sought to educate, upskill and facilitate change wherever we have been given the opportunity. We offer counselling to those with mental health issues, arising from abuse, neglect, stress or anxiety; and in particular offer help to those with suicidal ideation or are self-harming. We have run bereavement support groups and hope to encourage those who have lost loved ones to suicide to attend. Our workshops are focussed on equipping the church to become more effective in assisting those who are struggling with life issues.

We welcome the Giving Tuesday initiative and have offered the challenge to local a church to join in volunteering, being more community minded by assisting someone in need, donating to a worthy cause and hopefully considering supporting our charity in their ongoing endeavours by clicking here.

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