'Limitless Hope' gives hope to needy

It's a 100-year-old two story house is set to become Hawke's Bay's first emergency shelter for the region's most vulnerable who have nowhere else to go.

It would house at least 15 people at a time but to realise the dream, there is still a lot to do including relocating the house.

Husband and wife team, Kev and Kiri, run a charity called Limitless Hope that feeds the homeless and helps the needy.

According to Kiri Swannel, “The need is not just the guys that we feed on the street, it's people living in their cars there’s a lot of people that go around asking for help they don't sent anywhere so they get sent back to their cars.”

With such a short time frame to secure the property, a Givealittle page has been set up and any donations are welcome. Click here for more information.