“I come to the Hub mainly for the company, to get out of the house and talk things through. It’s good getting to know other people. It was a bit nerve-wrecking coming in the first time, but it’s helped my mood and boosted my confidence. It’s helped me a lot.”
We want to help many more people like Lucy. Can you join with us to make Harrogate a more caring community? Here’s some super simple ways you can help:
1. Help us distribute our posters.
We have LOTS and lots of new snazzy posters! Could you ask to put one in your workplace, your local supermarket community board, GP surgery, or hairdressers? We also have leaflets and bookmarks if you need something a little smaller. Help us spread the word. We want everyone to know there’s somewhere to turn. We’re here to listen and support anyone who is struggling in Harrogate.
2. Invite your friends to follow us on facebook, instagram or twitter.
It only takes a few clicks!
3. Invite us to speak at your church or community group.
We love to share about our work with the community.
Are you a good listener? Do you like cleaning? Perhaps you have experience in fundraising? Or maybe you could help in some other way. Check out our volunteering roles here.
If you are someone who prays, please join with us in praying for our town; for those who are suffering in poverty, isolation, and addiction. You can join us for prayer meetings at the Hub on Thursdays, 12.00-1.00pm.
The Harrogate Hub is all about restoring and building community. We’re looking for people who want to invest in our community. That’s why we’ve launched our 20:20 campaign. We’re seeking:
20 local churches to give £1000 yearly
20 local businesses to give £2000 yearly
20 x 20 individuals to give £10 monthly
20 Trust funds to support specific projects
Could you be one of those individuals? Or do you think your church or business might be interested in partnering with us? You can donate here.
Thank you to everyone who is already part of making our vision a reality. We love working together with you to show love to our Harrogate community.