Demand increasing for Basic Idea project

October 15, 2012 at 2:34 pm Leave a comment

 Hope’s Basic Idea food bank project has been boosted by Harvest Festival contributions from several local churches over recent weeks.

But organisers are continuing to appeal for donations to help needy families in the town with demand increasing over the past 12 months.

Now in its fourth year, the project has helped 138 households in the Belper area in 2012 to date, having provided assistance to 111 across the whole of last year.

Some updated information on the project, and how you can help, can be found here.

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Hope for Belper – Demonstrating God’s love for our Town

Welcome to the Hope for Belper website. Here you will be able to read about everything that’s happening locally running on from the national Hope initiative to demonstrate God’s love for our towns, villages and communities by providing practical help for those around us.

Hope for Belper is currently running three main projects - The Basic Idea food bank, Belper Street Angels and Christians Against Poverty.

Hope for Belper is now a Registered Charity, Reg No 1146148.

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