Working together to prevent and end homelessness.
Welcome to The Hope Hub, a registered charity, dedicated to preventing and ending homelessness in Surrey Heath Borough and surrounding areas.
Founded by the ecumenical churches of Churches Together in Camberley and committed to work in partnership and co-operation with all partners and agencies to prevent and end homelessness in Surrey Heath Borough and the surrounding areas. We are delivery partners for Surrey Heath Borough Council.
Emergency & Day Services. Drop-in Services, Food Parcels, Application Support
1:1 Support for Benefit Applications, Housing Applications, Finding Work and Debt Management.
1:1 Wellbeing Support and Signposting to Additional Support Services.
Chief Executive Officer
She was CEO of another local homeless and vulnerable adults charity that received two awards for excellence and partnership.
Mags is a qualified member of the Institute of Fundraising and the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) encompassing Management and Leadership, Financial Control and Strategic Marketing. She has further qualifications in Fundraising, Management Mentoring and Coaching and in 2017. In addition, she completed the highest level qualification and awarded Chartered Manager status.
Service Delivery Manager
Mental Health & Wellbeing Caseworker Emergency Accommodation Supervisor
Mental Health Specialist Caseworker
Revd Chris Richardson
Chris became a Trustee in 2020 after moving to Camberley as Vicar of St Martin’s Church Camberley in 2019. Chris has a heart for those in need and lives in an area of high deprivation, some of which is in the top 25% of the UK. Consequently, he is passionate about reaching out and serving those in need in practical ways. He supports The Hope Hub in many ways including getting involved in our Affordable Cookery Courses.
David works part time as a Community Officer St Mary’s Church Camberley, his full time career was previously in education & finance. He is a volunteer & Lead for Frontline Debt Advice. This charity supports those in need of both debt and benefit advice, he has seen so many lives transformed through debt and money management advice.
Revd Glyn Thomas
Glyn is Minister at Frimley Baptist Church. In his role as a Church minister he has often come into contact with people facing the risk or result of homelessness. The subject awakens in him a heart of compassion & a desire to actively help. He was the Chair of the “Homeless in Oswestry Action Partnership” for a number of years until it merged with other organisations to become the Shropshire Housing Alliance. He was privileged to be part of that work & after moving to Frimley, he was keen to be involved in the work of The Hope Hub.
Andrew, a former Lead Elder at the Beacon Church Camberley, was appointed as a Trustee in 2008. He has extensive involvement in debt management and works with people who need both debt management, housing and/or employment services. Andrew oversees the Frontline debt advice voluntary work and remains on the Steering committee for Street Angels. Andrew has a real heart for those who struggle with life. Most recently, Andrew has returned to his other passion as Director of A.B. Commercial Decorators Limited.