About Us

Hope for Humanity – Be The Change


Our mission and values

Hope for Humanity is a Non-Government Organization (NGO) and UK registered charity (Charity Number: 1165413) founded in 2016 by individuals determined to make a difference to those suffering in the world and to create a renewed sense of hope. Hope for humanity is entirely volunteer led and operates a 100% donation policy. We are guided by our core values which focus on compassion, commitment, accountability and transparency; we aim to place these at the heart of the way in which we operate.  We place a strong emphasis on ensuring all donations made to the charity are used responsibly, effectively and for their intended purposes. We also aim to provide a thorough and clear breakdown of how your donations are spent in order to increase your confidence in our work.   

“Charity begins at home but should not end there”

Hope for Humanity are extremely passionate about carrying out grass roots projects and making a difference to the most vulnerable and disadvantaged communities in the UK; in particular the elderly and the homeless. At the same time, we are equally passionate about providing relief and assistance to people in need in any part of the world; especially those who are victims of war, natural disaster or catastrophe.

Hope for Humanity is committed to making a real difference to the lives of people both in the UK and internationally; regardless of race, religion, gender or political affiliation. Hope for Humanity aim to create a new reality for these people; a reality which gives them a greater sense of optimism and hope for the future.

Contact us today to find out more about how you can get involved and BE THE CHANGE!   

100% donation policy

When we say that we operate a 100% donation policy this means that every single penny you donate goes directly towards our projects.  Due to the structure of our organisation and the fact that we are entirely volunteer led, we can keep our administration costs low. When these admin costs do occur, we cover them in two ways:

  • • Donations specified for administration.
  • • The UK government’s Gift Aid scheme allows taxpayers to increase the value of their donation by 25%. This additional money is used by the charity to cover admin costs. However, as our admin costs are quite low, the majority of this additional money is spent on projects.