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About Hare To Organise Ltd

Professional organiser and decluttering service

 

Founded in 2018 by Natalie Hare, Hare To Organise Ltd offers a service that focuses on improving health and wellbeing by simplifying life.

Offering all aspects of decluttering and organising, whether its the odd cupboard or a whole house, there will be a service to suit your needs.  With qualifications in Health & Social Care, Mental Health, and counselling, Natalie has a total person-centered approach.

Hare To Organise is a registered member of The Association of Professional Declutters and Organisers, therefore follows their code of ethics and adheres to conditions of membership such as full insurance and ICO registration.  Natalie holds an Advanced DBS certificate, which is updated annually and an Upper Tier Waste handlers licence which enables appropriate charity shop delivery/recycling and disposal of your items.

Our Mission:

To simplify life, regardless of circumstances by eliminating chaos, putting you in control and making time to enjoy life

Your home is your sanctuary

An excellent service, wish I had done this years ago

You get such good value for money, I would definitely recommend to anyone and everyone!

Working with Natalie had helped me create calm and order to my house. Leading a busy life with children and a business I struggled to find the time or energy to do the work by myself

Services

Declutter & Organise

From a kitchen drawer to an over spilling shed (and everything in between) we are here to declutter, organise & Simplify your space and put you back in control 

Pack Up & Set Up

Clearing your clutter before putting your house on the market or packing up and unpacking the other end, we can take the stress out of moving 

Multi Agency Approach

Working together with other agencies means that we can give our most vulnerable clients the best chance to achieve goals and maintain a better quality of life  

Support & Maintenance

We can set up regular sessions to maintain systems and support mental health or see you on an ad hoc basis when you feel the need for that extra helping hand