PETER TOON’S FUNDRAISING CYCLE CHALLENGE CAPE WRATH TO BROADSTAIRS THURSDAY 1ST MAY – THURSDAY 5 JUNE 2014 *****UPDATE***** Peter Toon sets out on his epic journey from Cape Wrath to Broadstairs, this coming Thursday 1st May. You can follow his progress on Twitter @bikepilgrims and you can also
****UPDATE**** Mim completed the London Marathon in 6 hours 12 mins 55 secs; which was a sterling effort considering her knee gave out after 14 miles. She raised a total of £2049.93 for CatchingLives and Rianna’s Fund. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Mim for her efforts
Many of our supporters and the members of the local community will be all too aware of the financial pressures we faced in 2012. It was widely reported in the local press that in August 2012, unless we were able to raise £50,000 in only a short period, it was
CatchingLives are currently looking for new, dynamic trustees, with a variety of skills, to join our board. If would would like to have a hand in ensuring the future of a vital service for the homeless of Canterbury and East Kent go to our volunteer page to find out more.
The Christmas period started early this year: on 6–8 December, Smarden WI held their annual two day ‘Memory Tree’ fundraising event at St Michael’s Church. The ‘Memory Tree’ was located amongst the Christmas trees in the church Tree Festival and visitors were invited to write a memory on a star which was
We are delighted to announce that we came second in the public voting for the Lloyd’s Bank Community Fund 2013. This means that we will now be awarded £3000 to develop our pilot mentoring scheme for people moving into their first independent accommodation and organise some more structured activities for
We’re pleased to announce that this year, the King’s Mile Association’s annual Carols Along The King’s Mile will be raising money for CatchingLives. The event will be taking place on Friday 6th December from 3.45pm. The event will follow the schedule below: “Meet outside Canterbury Cathedral Christ Church Gate where
On 30th November our local Roller Derby team, Kent Roller Girls, who play their home matches at the Bay Sports Arena in Herne Bay have their next match against the Lincolnshire Bombers. As part of the occasion they will be raising money for CatchingLives; we are their adopted charity for
- 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