Run for Hope into Action
Get your running shoes on and support the homeless in your city. If you are intending to run please consider supporting Hope into Action through your fundraising. You can help raise awareness for Hope into Action too by wearing your FREE Hope into Action running vest (email: firstname.lastname@example.org and include your address and size and we will send one to you).
The Great Eastern Run – A Peterborough tradition taking place on 8th October 2017. Sign up for this flat and fast half marathon and help us make a difference in Peterborough. Visit www.perkinsgreateasternrun.co.uk
Robin Hood Marathon and Half Marathon – Taking place in Nottingham on 24th September 2017. There is a race for everyone from the mini marathon, half marathon to the full marathon. Visit www.robinhoodhalfmarathon.co.uk to sign up and raise money for our work in Nottingham.
Cambridge Half Marathon – If you have signed up for the race on 5th March and not decided on which charity you would like to support. Then please consider us and we will rush a Hope into Action running vest out to you.
If you are intending to take part in other event and require one of our running vests then please give us a call on 01733 558301 and we will send you one free in the post. Take a photo of you in your Hope into Action vest and we will feature it on our website.
Hope into Action Conference 2016 photos
The event included an energising speech by Dr Rowan Williams on how churches can engage with the homeless. He also presented eleven awards to Hope into Action tenants who have successfully refrained from drugs, alcohol, remained in work, not re offended or re-established links with family over the last twelve months.
Commenting on the Hope into Action conference Dr Williams explained “What I really admire about Hope into Action is that it has a holistic depth to it. Not just to be well and do well but to become the human being God has made us to be. The other thing I admire about Hope into Action is that it allows people in our churches to recognise they can actually do something. Quite often when I talk about issues, people say yes, but what can I do? It’s too difficult and too complicated. I guess I can pray. But I think it is wonderful when Christian individuals and communities are released into the sense that in all sorts of accessible and immediate ways they can take action that changes things.”
To listen to Dr William’s speech click play.