Offering hope and opportunities to women on the streets of the
East End through ...
Door of Hope works with women involved in
street prostitution in Spitalfields in East
London. Door of Hope is a Christian Project, established in 1994
and now has a growing team of staff and volunteers. Through Street
Outreach and a Daytime Support Service, we work with women to restore
individual dignity, a sense of self-worth and physical well-being.
Currently, an estimated 250 regular street workers continue to operate in the
area. The vast majority of these women have class A drug addictions and
many of them are homeless or vulnerably housed. Door of Hope seeks
to offer practical and emotional support and offer a route out of the
lifestyle of prostitution for the women we work with. We will continue
to work and support women regardless of whether they wish to exit street
prostitution or not.
From 2006, Keychange Charity (www.keychange.org.uk) has provided management
services and support to The Door of Hope. The Door of Hope however,
remains an independent Charity with its own accounts and trustees, relying
entirely on donations and funding income to continue to operate.