We are delighted to announce that Ulrikke Elmakbachi is undertaking at 10k run in order to raise funds for Catching Lives. Ulrikke says: “Homelessness is on the rise – locally and country-wide. Charities such as Catching Lives can make a real difference in affected people’s lives; realising how fortunate I
We would like to say a huge thank you to Scott and Veronica from Hope Spinal Wellness Chiropractors Canterbury, and also to all their staff and customers, as together they raised £1000 for Catching Lives over Christmas. This makes a huge difference to the support that we can provide to
We are offering free training on the below areas to all who want to learn more about these topics as we believe that if members of our community have more knowledge on these subjects, and also how they relate to homelessness, our clients will benefit. The training will be useful
We are delighted to announce that Charlotte Aylwin has run the equivalent of 3 marathons, raising £715 for catching Lives. This distance was ran over 3 weeks – from Monday 17th Dec- 6th Jan 2019. Charlotte says: 3 weeks, 126km, some funky blisters, but most importantly £715 (!!!!!) later, the
Please click here for the halfway report for our winter shelter.
We are looking to recruit paid sessional overnight workers who are free to start immediately and be available until 31st March 2019. The shifts will either be at: -One of 7 church halls in Canterbury, used for our winter shelter, between 9pm and 8am (either split between sleeping and awake,
We would like to say a big thank you to The Red House Nursing Home, Canterbury for holding a Christmas raffle which has raised £230 for our charity. This will go towards ensuring we can continue to run our services, both at our day centre and at our winter shelter.
Catching Lives would like to say thank you to the members of the Facebook group, ‘Canterbury Residents Group’, and Edd Whithers who administers the site, for raising £5000 for our charity through their Christmas appeal. James Duff, Trustee, says: “We are immensely grateful for the support of the Canterbury Residents