Hands of Hope (HOH), the recently launched Peasmarsh charity, today announced its “Lend us a Hand” appeal for local volunteers to help tackle childhood obesity and loneliness through the production of locally grown, organic food.
The charity is undertaking a number of local activities in the community to generate vital funds required to support their projects including Man the Van, where Volunteers get the chance to run a Cook Van while attending local festivals & events; Sell The Veg where help is required selling organic fruit & veg at weekly Farmer’s Markets; Grow to Show, where volunteers donate their home-grown surplus produce & Prepare to Care, where cooking is done at home using HOH produce.
Sow To Grow involves volunteers sowing, growing and harvesting 4 acres of glorious East Sussex countryside and Join the Club is calling for Peasmarsh residents to come together in running a weekly seniors club in the Village Hall.
Hands of Hope has already established itself in the wider Rye community and has received a huge amount of support from local councillors, elderly charities and schools.
James Doran, Founder, Hands of Hope, “Our charity will only be as strong as its volunteers which is why we’re relying on support to join us in building this voluntary community together to help the lonely and educate our children about healthy eating.” –
For further information or to volunteer please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit website: www.hohcharity.co.uk
Hands of Hope is a registered charity number 1168016.