EU EUROPEAN SOCIAL FUND COMMUNITY GRANT DEVELOPMENT OF LEARNING and SKILLS FOR HOMELESS PEOPLE Overcoming barriers to learning is critical and Catching Lives has set out to develop creative opportunities for clients to improve health and wellbeing, reduce isolation,, promote social networks, self esteem, resilience and communication skills.
Art scheme pulls homeless men back from the brink of suicide ‘The project really has given me a lift’ Kentish Gazette Canterbury & District 5th Mar 2015 By Gerry Warren email@example.com @Gerry_Warren Left, Vince Kemp and Zeph Smith with some miniature sculptures they helped make and above, Catching
A team of five will be taking part in the KM Charity Challenge Abseil on Sunday, 15 March 2015. At 11 am, Terry Gore, James Duff, Charlie Oakes, Graeme Solly and Tim Deakin will abseil down Maidstone’s tallest building in order to raise money for Catching Lives. Specialists will erect
Here is the first report from the 2014/15 shelter – CCS December 2014 report
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of CATCHING LIVES to be held on 19 November 2014 at 1830 at the Canterbury Open Centre Station Road East, Canterbury ALL WELCOME
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.
Below are the details of full and part-time opportunities with Catchinglives Project Worker 12 Month Contract Hours: 37.5 hrs per week (normally 8.30 – 5.00 but some weekend and evening work will be required) Salary £19,500 for the duration of the contract. Location: Canterbury Open Centre, Canterbury, Kent Closing date:
- Oli’s ‘guess the name of teddy’ competition raises money for homeless
- Canterbury Residents Group Christmas Appeal raises over £4000 for Catching Lives
- Canterbury Community Shelter 2017/18 report
- “A Life of Two Halves – How Counselling Training Changed the Game for Me”- Lecture by Terry Gore (18th April)
- St Margaret’s Church- Big night out to tackle homelessness
- Catching Lives running free training in April
- Catching Lives is recruiting for a new Volunteer Coordinator
- Indoors ‘Three Peaks’ Charity Climb for Catching Lives