Holly Andrews is about to embark on a 140 mile walk to raise money for Catching Lives. Holly says, “For four years I worked for Catching Lives at the Canterbury Open Centre and this experience provided me with a much needed focus, career path and skills. It’s time to give
A determined team of rowers representing Coombs Sports & Social Club arrived at Mote Park early Sunday morning (3rd July) for the annual charity event promoted by the Kent Messenger. Andrew Stringer (Chairman of Coombs Sports & Social Club) says, ” We decided that this year we would choose Catching
We would like to share with you the brilliant work that a 6 year old girl named Maci is currently doing to support homeless people in Canterbury. This Christmas, Maci will be making up boxes of essential winter items, such as gloves, tissues and toiletries, which she will then donate
09/07/16 UPDATE by Charlie and Mark Day 1 wed: after our late start from Canterbury, caught shuttle to Calais. Soon after our arrival, Josephine started coughing and spluttering. Lost power but could drive slowly. Started checking through the electrics to isolate the problem. With numerous roadside stops we swapped around
We are once again taking part in the KM Charity Team abseil in Maidstone on Sunday 5th June 2016 at 11am. Included in the team are Chair of Trustees James Duff, volunteers Valerie Watkins and Elouise Mitchell, and also Graeme Solly and Charlie Oakes who were both members of the
Members of Canterbury Golf Club recently visited our day centre to present a cheque to the amazing value of £2136.15 (photo shows Jonathan Webb presenting the cheque to Catching Lives Chair of Trustees James Duff). The money has been raised through a variety of interesting events and methods, such as
We were delighted to welcome members of Coombs Sports and Social Club to have a look around our day centre today and to also receive a cheque with proceeds from their Golf day and Easter raffles to the value of £329.03. They are also taking part in the KM Charity
Please click here to read our latest newsletter, detailing recent and future events taking place within the charity.
- 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