No experience necessary Writing applications to charitable trusts and grant funders is an increasingly important part of any charity’s work. In these times of austerity and shrinking government funding, writing a detailed, but concise application is ever more important. This is a skillset that can be learned and is a
Throughout the year, the Kent and Medway Charity Team organise fundraising events that we would love to find people to take part in, to raise vital funds to support the homeless clients of Catching Lives. With the majority of the events, 70% of funds you raise will come directly to
The White Horse Inn in Boughton-under-Blean, recently raised £250 through a silent auction. The auction was for a Christmas hamper, a meal at the White Horse, cupcakes and champagne. Tara Birks, for the White Horse Inn said,“We decided to support Catchinglives during the recent cold snap because we were aware
A Christmas concert in December, organised in partnership between the Reach out Gospel Choir (based in Canterbury) and The Community Church Deal has raised an amazing £1200 which will be used to support homeless individuals in Canterbury. We send our thanks to everyone involved, from the organisers, the performers
We would like to say a huge thankyou to the staff of Fat Face in Canterbury for donating £626.48 to support our homeless clients in Canterbury. The staff not only came in to present this cheque, but also spent the morning cooking for our clients in the kitchen at our
Even though temperatures were sub-zero, St Peters Church in Canterbury was packed on the evening of Saturday 21st January for a programme of poetry and music that was held to raise funds and awareness for homelessness charity Catching Lives. The evening was introduced by Canterbury poet, Derek Sellen and included
Please click here for an update on the Canterbury Community Shelter, including information about the successful move ons we have had so far.
An amazing total of £10, 000 has been raised for Catching Lives, generated through a Sleep Out in the precincts of Canterbury Cathedral organised by The Rotary Club of Canterbury Sunrise on Saturday 17th September. Forty two community leaders including the Canterbury Lord Mayor George Metcalfe, The Bishop of Dover