18th April 2020 | Covid-19

Private Royal visit supports the Hope Hub

Working to prevent and end homelessness in Surrey Heath Borough and the surrounding areas, The Hope Hub in Camberley is currently delivering food parcels every week to vulnerable clients who are in temporary accommodation during COVID-19 and would otherwise be homeless. Staff and volunteers are also supporting clients by phone and email, to maintain their mental health and identify necessary intervention support. On 9 April, the charity was proud to welcome HRH The Countess of Wessex on a private visit. The Countess met staff and volunteers and helped pack the emergency food parcels, before going on to deliver five food parcels within Surrey Heath. Click here to find out more.


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