Butterflies with damaged wings

Jenny Rayner is our longest serving Empowerment Worker at Hope into Action. Read here to learn about her experiences over the last 7 years. Read more

Thought Catalogue: Dust on my Sandals

A creative glimpse into the life of an empowerment worker at Hope into Action Read more

Thought Catalogue: Standing up to Modern Slavery

Most Commonly people are trafficked into forced labour in hospitality, agriculture, construction, beauty, fishing and sexual exploitation. Read more

Thought Catalogue: Brian's Story

The following article is a letter from Brian who lives at the Hope Into Action house that Beeston Methodist Church is supporting. Read more

Thought Catalogue: How to actually help

This Article gives insight into the kind of support vulnerable women really need from the Church. A special thank you to the women who have bravely shared their stories with us. Read more

Step Up and Share - an Investor's Story

Browsing through a magazine, Richard did not expect that he would be prompted to by a second home... Read more

The Church - a Refuge for those on the Edge

Please read this blog from an ex-tenant about her experience with the church Read more

Summer Socials - Nottingham

Here is one of our events that happened in Nottingham, have a read about the good work that is happening there. Read more

Summer Socials - Peterborough

Here is one of our events that happened in Peterborough, have a read about the good work that is happening there. Read more

Summer Socials: Norwich

Here is one of our events that happened in Norwich, have a read about the good work that is happening there. Read more

Summer Socials: Cambridge

Here is one of our events that happened in Cambridge, have a read about the good work that is happening there. Read more

A note of thanks

A word of thanks from Ed Walker, the Founder of Hope into Action Read more

Creating a Church Accessible to the Poor

Please check out this blog written by one of our conference speakers Martin Charlesworth Read more

Helping people go from ‘stuck’ to ‘unstuck’

Here is a blog written by one of four speakers at conference, Dr Jaco Beukes. please read his thoughts on how you can help someone. Read more