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
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
Find out about fundraising in Kent. Are you a volunteer, trustee or charity worker? Do you want to find out more about fundraising and the volunteers who do it? As part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science 2014, this free event, organised by the Centre for Philanthropy at the
Catchinglives would like to invite you to come along for tea on Wednesday 22 October 2014 between 4.00 pm and 6.00 pm at Catching Lives, Palmer House, 13 Station Road East, Canterbury CT1 2RB. This is an excellent opportunity to find out what we do and how we do it.
On Sunday 5th October 2014 at 6.30pm the City of Canterbury Chamber Choir, in association with “Music at St Peter’s” & sponsored by Simon Langton Lodge, are holding a concert in aid of Catchinglives The concert, entitled “Harvest and Creation” will be conducted by George Vass with Edward Kemp-Luck on
A successful event that demonstrates the value of multi-agency working “SPECIALIST tuberculosis nurses took to the streets of Canterbury on Wednesday 13th August to screen more than 70 homeless and vulnerable people. The initiative, one of the first of its kind in Kent, provided on-the-spot, 90-second x-rays from a
- Catching Lives offering free training on various topics this Autumn
- Catching Lives’ Summer BBQ- Saturday 18th August 2018
- Catching Lives’ ‘Text to Give’ Campaign goes live
- Canterbury Community shelter coordinators job advert
- City of Canterbury Chamber Choir presents- Fables and Faure – (collecting for Catching Lives)
- Catching Lives Summer Fete- Saturday 23rd June
- Catching Lives’ Bookshop nominated for Kent award- Voting now open.
- Headmaster of The King’s School- Charity marathon for Catching Lives