Help and hope in the community
The Trust has a large group of regular donors, The Hope Trust Hundred, who help fund the grants provided to individuals and community organisations. To become a regular donor fill in
These individuals, along with others in the community, play an active part in the organisation of a number of events the Trust runs to raise money.
The Hope Trust 100 meet together twice a year to hear about the activities and future plans of the trust at a summer garden party and a Christmas carol concert.
The Hope Trust relies on donations and fundraising to enable us to fund the grants to individuals and community organisations
Thank you for your support
Make a one off gift
You have choices if you'd like to donate!
You can go to our BT MyDonate page where you can give via debit/credit card
You can support one of our fundraising events, see what we are doing now
You can send us a cheque
If you are making a will please talk to your lawyer about leaving a legacy to The Hope Trust
Every year we put on a variety of events, from hiking across the country in bleak conditions, to community singing and Burns Suppers, which anyone from the local community is welcome to join in with, or to come and support.
Whether it's facing challenging situations as a team, or joining together to enjoy delicious food or hilarious comedy, our events are all about bonding as a local community.
Could you do a sponsored event for us? Run, Walk, Cycle, Swim, Trek or whatever you fancy. We encourage you to tell us all about it and we can set up a fundraising page on Charity Choice. We'd also love to know if you have a local charity or project that you'd like us to get involved with. Either fill in the Application Form, or get in touch!
Want to join in?
Sponsor someone in need or nominate a project, fill in an application form
Support an event, getting involved or coming along
Find out more about the Hope Trust Hundred
Make a donation
Like us on Facebook, send us an email, or give us a ring, and we can fill you in on our current events
Sunningdale Hope Trust