We as a charity and our supporters truly believe our services can change and transform multiple lives for the better and help achieve the relief of homelessness and rough sleeping within our city. Our work offers an insight to what the potential service users need from a service that is completely beneficial, our in-depth work with service users, statutory services and with other organisations highlight the areas with gaps and that the services we provide bridges those gaps and offers a platform of empowerment and into other existing services, encouraging eventual independence. We aim to work closely with other charities and organisations, to not duplicate or replicate but to complement.
Our charity prides ourselves on our core values. Positive relationships, development of positive, trusted relationships enable personal growth of our service users. We do not expect perfection, though optimistic we are realistic with the goals we set with our service users, each step laid out to make small steps of progression and achievement leading to the wider picture. Each plan of action takes into consideration, individuality, no generalised judgment only encouragement.
HTH was born by giving clothing out from the boot of a car.
We progressed from the boot to pull suitcases and hit the streets of the city.
We started meeting on the market every Wednesday evening.
We started to place people unto B&B’s to get them out of the snow.
We registered as an official charity.
Schools and organisations invited us in to talk about our work.
We purchased “The Hulk” to help us with collections and deliveries.
Climbing Mt Snowdon was just one of many fundraising activities we carried out
We moved into our HQ and opened our charity shop.
More and more organisations and businesses were donating to help us to help others.
We launched our business club “the 2020 club” and easy way for businesses to fulfil their CSR policies.
We try to help the city in any way we can… Here assisted a school to replace stolen bikes for the children.
When lockdown was implemented we started our “Covid Community Care” project.
We still support the city with food parcels and essentials.
Our work has led to us winning several awards.
Some more awards.
We have advocated accommodation for over 180 people and this number is still rising.
Proud to be in the book by Captain Sir Tom Moore.