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New social network group launches in Brighton and Hove

Besi Besemar March 4, 2017

Helpfulpeeps bring their mission of reviving community spirit to Brighton and Hove.

Simon Hills and Saf Nazeer
Simon Hills and Saf Nazeer

Helpfulpeeps is a new social network born from a collective belief that life is better when we help each other, and now it’s coming to Brighton.

Founded by Simon Hills and Saf Nazeer, Helpfulpeeps is on a mission to bring back community spirit in an increasingly disconnected world.

Since launching in Bristol last year, they have grown Helpfulpeeps into an online community of more than 20,000 members sharing their time, energy, skills and knowledge to help each other for free.

They have a simple ethos: ask for help when you want and help others when you can. All help on the site is given for free – no transaction or exchange; just good old-fashioned community help.

The website tells you who needs help with what and where, and puts you in touch directly.

Whether it’s cat sitting or learning a new language, moving a sofa or lending a hand at a charity event, simply post your request and ask for help.

Members can then respond by commenting or via private message to work out the details between you.

It’s a great way to get involved in your community, restore your faith in humanity and make new friends.

So if you need help with something or would like to do a good turn and help someone out, it’s easy to become a member.

Click here: to sign up and become a member. It’s totally free, and always will be.