Become a Member

If you're over 60 and live in the area, please don't hesitate to give us a call and join our ever growing community.

Volunteer with Us

If you love to work as part of a team, then volunteering could be for you! Volunteering provides a lifeline for many older people, and as well as being rewarding, it provides an opportunity to gain and develop new skills and knowledge!

Currently, HOPE has 31 volunteers, but we are always on the lookout for new people to join the team! Volunteers are involved in supporting the project in the following roles:

Click HERE to download our Volunteer Application Form

As a HOPE Volunteer You Will Receive:

Please note that as part of the application process you may also be asked to have a DBS check.

You can apply to volunteer in any of these simple ways:

Click HERE to download our Volunteer Application Form


Some of our volunteers having fun!

Job Vacancies

There are currently no vacancies available, however, we are always excited to welcome new members to our community, so please continue to check in with us over the next few months as we will be taking new applications.

For any advice or help, please don’t hesitate to give us a call, on 0113 249 3597. We look forward to hearing from you!

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    Contact Information

    Contact Information
    Tel: 0113 249 359707592151005 Email:
    Halton Moor & Osmondthorpe Project for Elders (HOPE),
    Osmondthorpe Hub,
    Osmondthorpe Lane,
    LS9 9EF

    Opening Times

    Opening Hours
    Monday08:00 – 20:00
    Tuesday08:00 – 16:30
    Wednesday08:00 – 16:30
    Thursday08:00 – 16:30
    Friday08:00 – 16:30

    It is advised to contact us beforehand to ensure somebody can see you

    “I have been a volunteer for HOPE for four years now and it has changed my life. I have gained qualifications that have helped me develop new skills. I enjoy working at HOPE because I enjoy working as part of the team and enjoy working with the members and those in need of help and support. Georgie is a great person to volunteer for as she is always there for everybody. I have learned a great deal from volunteering and I would recommend HOPE to anyone looking to volunteering or those in the area considering joining."

    Shirley Charlesworth • Volunteer

    Do you want to help bring a smile to a lonely older person? You can do this by helping at one of our groups, helping with refreshments, listening, helping with a concern or worry, maybe assist someone to try a new activity. There are many ways to volunteer at HOPE and it is one of the best things I have done and the most rewarding. Please come and join us/me, your helping hands and smile are always welcome.

    Janette Nixon • Volunteer

    I felt I volunteering really made a difference to myself as it felt I was giving something back to the community. One of the members of the group held my hand and said thank you, which gave me pride in the fact I had taken the time to go and volunteer

    Jade Holstead • Benefacto Volunteer from the Bank of England

    Had an amazing time at HOPE Stroke club. Such a fantastic charity and really feel like you are contributing to making a difference

    Lorna Webley • Benefacto Volunteer from the Bank of England

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