Hope and Opportunities for Everyone

The object of HOPE Trust Cardiff CIO (Charitable Incorporated Organisation) is:

1. To promote social inclusion in Cardiff, by preventing people from becoming socially excluded, relieving the needs of those people who are socially excluded and assisting them to integrate into society.

2. To promote the mental health and well-being of persons resident in South Wales suffering from depression, bereavement, loss or pregnancy-related crises, by the provision of voluntary counselling, education and support for such persons.

Currently HOPE is the umbrella organisation for three projects.


Nkini Pulei
HOPE Trust Cardiff
Glenwood Centre

Circle Way West
CF23 6UW
Email: [email protected]

HOPE Trust Cardiff CIO Trust is the social action charity for Glenwood Church Faith Community.

Registered Charity Number: 1161235

Hope St Mellons  are a group of local people working together to: build and strengthen community; improve wellbeing; and create opportunities for enterprise, occupation and education. We’re passionate about relationships and partnership-building that fosters social action, volunteering, and storytelling. Some of our common work includes: the Step Out Fund scholarship programme; youth and children’s clubs; families work; emotional literacy support in local primary schools; forest school; and the St Mellons Mutual Aid Fund. 

Twitter: @hopestmellons
Facebook: facebook.com/hopestmellons
Email: [email protected]


The Junction Cardiff is a non-judgmental support service for anyone who has experienced any form of baby loss. It aims to provide a caring and safe atmosphere for individuals or couples to talk confidentially to one of our trained advisors.

The Junction

166 Richmond Road
CF24 3BX

Donate to Hope Trust Cardiff
via localgiving.org


TAVS Centre aims to engage, support and empower people in Cardiff adressing issues arising from homelessness, addiction and mental health difficulties and/or isolation.

TAVS Centre
Tavistock Street
CF24 3BE