The University of Kent Players, an amateur dramatic society made up of staff from the University, are putting on their next production in aid of Catchinglives. The production of Cash On Delivery, a Michael Cooney farce, will have 3 performances at the Gulbenkian Theatre: Thursday 16th, Friday 17th and Saturday
On Sunday 14th June, at the Leas Cliff Hall in Folkestone, Clare Powis and her husband, Keith are abseiling as part of the KM Charity Team event. Clare is a volunteer at our bookshop in Palace Street, but wanted to do more to support our work and decided that this
Please visit our Winter Shelter page where you can find the 2014/15 Winter Shelter report.
Last night we won the Best Community Charity Award at the Kent Charity Awards ceremony in Rochester and here is a picture of our certificate – James Duff (Chairman of Trustees) accepting the award on behalf of Catching Lives.
We are extremely delighted to announce that CatchingLives has been selected as one of the 18 finalists in this year’s Kent Charity Awards. We are one of the 3 charities shortlisted in the Community Charity Category. The awards aim to showcase the work that Kent charities and voluntary groups do
CatchingLives volunteer Sheila Miller will be joined by her daughter Jae and grandson Oscar in a trek to the summit of Africa’s highest mountain which stands at 19,341 ft above sea level. They are hoping to raise £5,895, a pound for every metre they climb, with half of the money
EU EUROPEAN SOCIAL FUND COMMUNITY GRANT DEVELOPMENT OF LEARNING and SKILLS FOR HOMELESS PEOPLE Overcoming barriers to learning is critical and Catching Lives has set out to develop creative opportunities for clients to improve health and wellbeing, reduce isolation,, promote social networks, self esteem, resilience and communication skills.