Surrey County Council has done a wonderful job of recognising groups that have worked tirelessly to support others throughout Covid. Here is what they reported on their “Covid Book of Heroes” page about The Hope Hub.
The Hope Hub
I would like to say a huge thank you to everyone at The Hope Hub who worked tirelessly throughout the whole COVID period ensuring that there was always someone available to help keep vulnerable, homeless people safe and informed. They prepared and delivered food parcels directly to people who were self-isolating and unable to leave their homes. They ensured everyone who turned up at The Hope Hub were the fed and watered using The Hope Hub gazebo located in Camberley Park minimizing the risk of infection. The team worked selflessly to ensure people received appropriate advice and delivered its Services Pathway to help everyone get through such a difficult period. The Hope Hub exists for the relief of poverty specifically to those who are homeless, at risk of becoming so, unemployed, in debt, struggling with their mental health and/or has addiction. Its doors are open to all whether from abusive homes, trafficked, homeless, unemployed, in debt or at risk of homelessness.
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