Because there is no such thing as ‘no hope’

We work closely with:

Community Debt Advice

eSOS (East Surrey Outreach Service)

Easter Project

East Surrey Police

Furnistore

The National Probation Service

Rape Crisis Surrey & Sussex (RCSS)

Reigate & Banstead Borough Council

Tandridge District Council


Our Supporting Partners:

Over 30 local churches and faith groups

Including Christ Central and their West Central coffee shop

Staff & Management of The Belfry, Redhill

Marks & Spencer, Redhill

Rotary

Round Table

The Seroptomists

Sainsbury’s, Redhill

Waitrose, Horley

Register as a Volunteer

Register as a Volunteer

13th Dec 2017 - 7th March 2018

Brief Job Descriptions

Information for Volunteers

Renewed Hope Trust

Welcome

The Renewed Hope Trust exists to show our deep concern for the homeless and disadvantaged in the Redhill area. In an atmosphere of unconditional love and compassion we seek to offer acceptance and respect to all. This includes practical support such as food, shelter, clothing, healthcare, assistance finding employment and training as well as building relationships, listening and caring.

We believe this should be done professionally and monitored regularly. As an interdenominational Christian group, we believe that Jesus Christ loves everyone. We seek to see all who come to us given a new hope and the opportunity to build a new life.

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Renewed Hope Trust works all year around to provide direct support to our clients, to prevent or respond to their homelessness and once they become our Guest or a Drop-Inner to respond to the specific needs of each individual regardless how complex.  


Drop-In:

All welcome

in

Our Place in The Kitchen at Christ Central

Accessed by glass doors to the side of West Central Café or

the white door in the yard behind the building.

Drop-In Times for Autumn:

Monday to Thursday

11 am - 3 pm


Winter Night Shelter:

Wed 13th Dec 2017 – Weds 7th March 2018


We rely completely on volunteers to make our Winter Night Shelter possible. If you are prepared to attend a training session, and can spare at least one evening, a night or a morning to help, we’d love you to join the team!



   

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a message from the Chairman


We’re really excited to have a new home in a central location where we can continue to work alongside the staff of Three Central, Community Debt Advice and West Central Café, all of whom have become good friends. Thank you for your prayers and support while we have been in the wilderness for so many months.


With this major issue sorted we can turn our attention to increasing the helpers of the Charity.  People bringing their own talents and skills to the Drop-In – baking, humour, specific knowledge, or a patient listening ear, to carry out some basic admin, write copy for Pew News sheets, Facebook, Twitter.  If you have any of these skills we would love to welcome you on board.


If you think that you could offer help/advice to us please make contact with Alice Banks, via email: Renewed Hope Trust



Winter Night Shelter

Training Dates for 2017:


General Volunteer Training:

Wednesday 15th November

Thursday 30th November


Supervisor training

Tuesday 5th December


(Full details are on “Dutyman”)



We will contact you as soon as possible and you will be given access to “Dutyman” our on-line rostering system.


Night Shelter Locations