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Catching Lives would like to extend their thanks to CRISIS, who have made us an award of £4950 through their ‘In This Together’ grant programme. This Funding has been made available to meet the additional demand in resources caused by impact of the Coronvirus Pandemic. We greatly appreciate Crisis’s quick response in providing assistance to...
Everyone at Catching Lives would like to thank every single person who made a donation to our our Covid-19 appeal, which has now closed. Thanks to the generosity of our community, it raised a magnificent £6519.50, which with Gift Aid added, brings a total of £7793.49. This funding will all go towards helping us to...
NOTE: DUE TO CORONAVIRUS THE MARATHON HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL OCTOBERSally Cook is a first time marathon runner who will be running the Virgin London Marathon on Sunday 26th April and she has chosen Catching Lives to be the charity she will raise funds for. Sally, Practice Manager at Kesson Physiotherapy Service in Faversham dropped...
On 7th February, Year 6 pupils, staff and parents from Lorenden Prep School near Faversham walked the Crab and Winkle Way from Whitstable to Canterbury to raise money for Catching Lives. At the end of the walk they came in to visit us at the Open Centre for some refreshments and to see how the...
We would like to say a huge thank you to Scott and Veronica Hope, of Hope Spinal Wellness in Canterbury, for raising £1,500 as part for their Christmas Fund Raising Appeal for Catching Lives. This money will help us to continue providing our services to those who access for help.
Last autumn Catching Lives Arts Coordinator Miriam Ellis secured funding through Kent County Council’s Saving Lives Innovation Fund to run a photography project with our clients. “We ran various activities outside the centre including a day out in London and an afternoon of Falconry at Mount Ephraim.” Miriam explained. “The trips encouraged more people to...
Catching Lives received a late Christmas gift from Stagecoach’s very own Santa Claus terry Clowes, last week. Before Christmas Terry drove his decorated bus around the roads and streets of East Kent dressed in his wonderful homemade Santa Clause outfits. Not only did this bring a lot of smiles and good will from passengers and...
Anyone coming into Catching Lives Open Centre of an afternoon will have come across Lachlan in the middle of one of his paintings. During December and early January his work was exhibited at Espressions Cafe, Lily’s Bistro and Catching Lives Bookshop, all situated in Palace Street, Canterbury. Reaction to the work was extremely positive and...
Staff at Northgate Medical Practice in Canterbury held a raffle over Christmas and raised an impressive £200, with all proceeds going to Catching Lives. The practice has been very supportive of our work and have gone out of their way to make our clients feel welcome.“We have been piloting regular appointments here at Northgate Medical...
Everyone at Catching Lives would like to thank staff at The University of Kent for organising a spooky charity quiz and raffle, which took place on Friday 1st November at the Pavilion Café Bar at the University. The event raised £1030.50 for Catching Lives. This is their third annual fundraiser for Catching Lives and since...
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