PROJECT HARC 2016 IS NOW CLOSED
The HARC Project closed its doors today after been open for 9 days, serving three hot meals and snacks a day.
A MASSIVE THANK YOU to all HARC volunteers and supporters – without you we would not be able to run the project, so your support is so important to help us keep running this vital, voluntary run and led service.
Happy 2017 and we wish every one of you a very happy and successful year ahead.
The HARC TEAM
Thank You to Q Park for providing volunteers with reduced car parking over the project.read more
Thank you to the students at King Egbert’s school who raised £1,516.09 for HARC, as part of their Christmas Cracker event. Barclays Bank then contributed a further £1,000 to the...read more
Thank You to the Chapeltown Foot Clinic for your collection of new socks for our guests at this year’s project.read more
Thank You to St Lukes Hospice Shop (Middlewood Road) for your hard work with helping us sort out our clothing and toiletry collection – we couldn’t have done it without you!read more
Style Uniforms Donates An Early Christmas Present To Sheffield’s Homeless The Sheffield-based designer and manufacturer of corporate uniforms, Style Uniforms, is bringing some Christmas cheer to the city’s homeless people, with a donation of nearly 100...read more
Thank You to Notre Dame School whose sixth form have been collecting new underwear and socks for HARCread more
Big Thank-You for the £156.80p raised from the Upper Chapel Fundraisers Carol Serviceread more
Upper Chapel had their Carol service with Stannington Brass Band last night and £237.87 was collected for HARC.read more
Thanks to the amazing Party for the People for raising £386.55 for HARC when we were nominated as their Charity of the Month for November!read more
Thanks to the Dickens Fellowship for raising funds for HARC at their reading of the Christmas Carol last night (06.12.2016) at the Upper Chapel, Norfolk Street. A fantastic £533.18 was raised!read more