RHM can only operate because we rely on donations from people like you, we prides ourselves on using all proceeds to benefit those needing the most help.
To help us maintain the success of our outreach programs, you can donate any amount either by setting up a monthly direct debit (Download the Partnership and Gift Aid forms) or a one time gift. Or think about enrolling in Payroll Giving at work simply click on the link below and follow the instructions.
Our partners across the city support us and our work, helping us to make a real difference to those who seek our help. Please consider becoming a partner. Please fill this out and return it to us at our postal address or attach it on an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our charitable work is made easier because of our working
relations with our networking partners.
Providing a wide range of full-time, part-time and higher education courses to people of all ages. The College also works with businesses to provide training for their staff.
Inside Out Rehab exists to enable recovering addicts to live free from addiction and its effects.
New Life Christian Centre, West Street, Colne, Lancashire.
Betel UK is an independent Christian charity for men, women and families affected by drug and alcohol addiction and homelessness. Through work, well-being and worship, they restore broken lives.
A multicultural church serving the most marginalised
of the city. Whether you are new to the area, or Hull is
already your home, they welcome you.
Christ Church seeks to help people to get to know God, and then grow in their calling and discipleship.
St. Aidan's church is one of a group of brick churches designed between the 1930s and 1950s for the suburbs of Hull by the architects William Milner and Romilly B. Craze.
A vibrant and diverse church family seeking to serve God and the community from their setting on Anlaby Common.
A forward thinking church in Withernsea, East Yorkshire, serving their local community, with a wide range of events and activities.
International House is owned by the Methodist Church and was established in 1961 to help provide accomodation for minority groups. Nearly 60 years later the house is still delivering on that mission.