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  • Solutions for HomelessnessTwo Step supports single homeless people to access and sustain long-term accommodation.
  • Recovery from AddictionODAAT offers effective services for substance misusers who are serious about recovery.
  • International DevelopementHOPE worldwide serves disadvantaged children and senior citizens, provides education and delivers medical services. Hope worldwide holds special consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations
  • Opportunities to VolunteerThere are opportunities to volunteer as Two Step stopover hosts, as a mentor in the moving on programme, the annual street collection and local serving the community programmes.
Solutions for Homelessness1 Recovery from Addiction2 International Developement3 Opportunities to Volunteer4
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Homelessness Programme
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Our impact

Cost effective solutions

Although HOPE worldwide operates in over 70 countries, it is still relatively small when compared to INGOs that are household names. This forces us to be very resourceful to get the most value that we can out of what we have.

HOPE worldwide relies heavily on volunteers and designs it’s programmes to utilise these as much as possible. For every £1 invested in volunteers in the UK, HOPE worldwide receives £4.85 in value of service from them. The 890 people that volunteered in 2012 provided the equivalent work of 15.6 full-time staff.

This explains how we were able to house 438 homeless people and support around 50 people in our recovery programme last year with such a small staffing team.

Partnership

HOPE worldwide is committed to multi-sector partnerships at global, regional and national level. This includes collaboration with UN agencies; working with bi-lateral donors like USAID, AusAID and Asian Development Bank; working with local government like Westminster City Council; partnering with other voluntary organisations in the UK like Crisis and No Second Night Out, and INGOs like the International Diabetes Federation; and working with companies like Coca-Cola, Shell and ASDA.

Recognition

HOPE worldwide is recognised for its effectiveness and quality. It has Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the UN, a status it has held for many years. HOPE worldwide also sits on the steering committee of the regional Inter-Agency Task Team (RIATT) on Children and AIDS in East and Southern Africa, which is hosted by UNICEF. It has been invited to present innovative solutions or to conduct research for numerous institutions, including: The WHO (World Health Organisation); GAVI (Global Alliance for Vaccines and immunization); Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction; and ANCHOR (African Network for Children Orphaned and at Risk).

In the UK, we are a recognised Living Wage employer and have the Investors In People award, demonstrating our commitment to our staff. The Two Step programme is seen as one of the best PRS access schemes in the country and the ODAAT programme achieves some of the best recovery outcomes as well and has Supporting People status. Our Moving On mentoring scheme was the first of its kind to be approved for homeless people by the MBF.

HOPE worldwide UK is committed to best practices in fundraising and is a member of the Fundraising Standards Board.

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