We’re a registered UK charity set up in 2009. We support young people when a close family member is diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, such as cancer. Led by two Y-Teams, we’re a truly youth-led service.
Check out these amazing young volunteers. The Y-Teams make Hope right for the young people we help.Read more
Alongside our staff team and Y-Teams, our wonderful Trustees and Patron support us every step of the way.Read more
From our very first meeting in a local coffee shop, to supporting hundreds of young people across the UK, we’ve come a long way since 2009.Read more
The BBC Lifeline Appeal for Hope Support Services is our first appearance on national telly!Read more
See what others have said about us, including young people, parents, and professionals.Read more
Examples of press coverage (including some of our proudest moments!) and a fantastic press pack for publicity guidance.Read more
Following the issues, journeys and outcomes of Hope’s young people, our impact report infographic illustrates what our qualitative and quantitative data really means for the families we support.
We’ve teamed up with the Children’s Research Centre at the Open University to undertake research into the need for services to support young people when a loved one is seriously ill – examining the support young people need, the ways in which we address those requirements and the benefits that young people get from our service.