We are delighted to announce that Serco, Canterbury City Council’s waste collection and recycling provider, has awarded the donation of £10,000, over a two year period, to Catching Lives, as part of their commitment to supporting the local community. We thank Serco for this support, which will go towards us
We are delighted that the Horsebridge Singers will be collecting donations for Catching Lives & Save the Children Syria Campaign at their Christmas concert on Saturday 9th December 4.30pm. The concert is at St Alphege Church, Oxford Street, Whitstable. It is free admission with a collection for both charities.
We are delighted to announce the Catching Lives Christmas Concert, consisting of Christmas music, readings and traditional carols to raise money for the homeless and vulnerable of Canterbury and East Kent. Come and join us as we celebrate the festive season with Christmas music old and new, plus familiar carols
The clients and volunteers at Catching Lives have written and illustrated a story for children based on the experiences of the homeless through the eyes of animals. It tells the story of a young orphaned fox’s traumatic journey, drawing on the challenges and experiences faced by the homeless who
The Canterbury Community Shelter will run from 1st December 2017- 28th February 2018. This is our eighth year of operation, and we are once again using 7 church venues around Canterbury (one for each night of the week), which have kindly allowed us to stay overnight, to provide a bed for
We are holding a Christmas Jumble sale on Saturday 25th November 2:30-5pm at our Day centre. This is to raise funds for the Canterbury Community Shelter which starts the following Friday. If you are in Canterbury doing Christmas shopping, please pop by as there will be a home-made cakes, and Teas and
On Sunday 3rd December (2-5pm) at Chartham Hatch Village Hall, there is a 1940’s style Tea Dance with tea, cake, music and dancing. All the proceeds (profits) will be donated to Catching Lives. There will be a charge for entrance and also a
We would like to say a big thank you to the students, and their families, from St Nicholas School in Canterbury for their kind Harvest Festival donations. The picture below shows Catching Lives trustee James Duff receiving the donations from St Nicholas students. As a small charity we rely