Thanks to all of the volunteers and supporters who made the winter less bleak for a lot of vulnerable people.
The report on the 5th year of the Canterbury Community Shelter is ready and will be available to view on our website tomorrow.
RT @LeeEvansArchs: We still have some tables available for our quiz in aid of @CatchingLives 10th April @westgatehall Book Now!! http://t.c…
@SarGilbert One of our trustees, Kelly Napier, whose done some excellent social policy work is attending. She's excited by the possibilities
@becky2psych A step by step guide to making an application http://t.co/0TZiEQHbNo
@becky2psych To get have a chance of any emergency accommodation she'll need to make a homelessness application or go to London.
@becky2psych There are no emergency shelter's in Medway or the rest of Kent but here is a daycentre in Chatham http://t.co/mHhBTRu3or
@CCCharlieCCC Thanks for the feedback. It's all about spreading the word at every opportunity.
RT @badgerbadbadger: Clare Powis, on of the volunteers in our bookshop is abseiling in Folkestone on June 14th. Support her here. http://t.…

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