Donate

Giving a regular gift to HARP is an easy and powerful way to show your support to local homeless people. Even a small amount on a regular basis gives us the confidence to know that our services will be here for people not just today, but long into the future. And that gives our service users hope. Show some of the most vulnerable people in our community that you care. 

Making a one off donation to HARP means you will be helping a local homeless person today. Whether it's to help buy petrol for our minibus so we can take service users to confidence boosting activities or to buy essentials to help someone move in to their new flat, you know your money will be put to the best possible use right away. 

Not many people know that you can leave a gift in your will to a small local charity like HARP, and you don't have to be rich to make a huge difference to our work through legacy giving. A gift of just 1% would help us keep local homeless people safe and warm all year round. Please get in touch if you are interested in leaving a gift in your will.

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Formerly homeless man helped by HARP Southend
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Losing someone we are close to is one of the hardest things life can throw at us. But making a donation in their name can be a way to find peace and comfort at a difficult time. Find out more about how you can remember a loved one with a donation to HARP. 

If you have good quality furniture that you want to donate to a good cause, get in touch with our furniture shop team on 01702 337 843 or fill in our online form to arrange a collection. Donated furniture may be used in our supported housing or sold in the shop to raise money for local homeless services. Remember to Gift Aid your donations if you are able to!

Our service users rely on donated items like food, clothing and bedding, and our charity shops also rely on generous donations from the public to raise funds to keep our services running. Find out more about the items we are most in need of and how to go about donating them. 

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Formerly homeless man helped by HARP Southend
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