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Throughout October, we have seen an increase in the number of clients through our doors, as expected with the drop in temperature. With that in mind, the Catching Lives staff recently met to discuss how best to transform our indoor space into a more welcoming and homely place for clients to spend time, ensuring it...
Canterbury Community Shelter Evening and Night Staff Hours: 4.30pm – 8pm eve7.45pm – 8.45am overnight Temporary for 3 months£10.60 per hour Location: Canterbury, East KentClosing date: Midday on Friday 5th November 2021Interviews Tuesday 9th and Wednesday 10th November 2021CatchingLives are seeking to employ a number of Project Workers to assist with the operation of the...
September has flown by as fast as the weather has changed and as we head towards World Homeless Day, we cannot leave September behind without saying a huge Thank You to everyone that has organised a Harvest event and donated items and money to us over the past month. Our Harvest campaign is continuing to...
As we head towards the Autumn season, the cooler weather is starting to bring out the umbrellas, jumpers and socks – everything we need to stay dry and warm on our trips out of the house. With Autumn just a few short weeks away, only the most seasoned campers are still braving their sleeping bags...
Canterbury Community Shelter Co-ordinator and Deputy Co-ordinator Hours: Full-time (£24,532 per (pro-rata) for the Co-ordinator) (£22,000 per annum (pro-rata) for the Deputy Co-ordinator) Contract type:  Co-ordinator – Fixed term 5 months (Commencing 18th October 2021) Deputy Co-ordinator – Fixed term 4 months (Commencing 1st November 2021) Location: Canterbury, East Kent Closing date: Midday on 15th...
Catching Lives is an independent charity aimed at supporting the rough sleepers, homeless and vulnerably housed in Canterbury and East Kent; those who have, for many reasons, fallen through the gaps in society and feel they have nowhere else to turn. Our vision is of a society where all are included and all, no matter...
On 28th July 2021 the Government unveiled their Beating Crime Plan which included measures to prevent prison leavers returning to the street and reoffending. These will include:• Basic, temporary accommodation provided to keep prison leavers off streets to stop reoffending• Extra investment in drug and alcohol treatment to rehabilitate offenders Catching Lives are always pleased...
Right now, donations to Catching Lives mean more than ever. The government has begun to withdraw its support for homeless people during the pandemic and our focus is now on helping as many people as possible, both in the short-term by providing equipment such as tents, sleeping bags, a place to come to do laundry...
Five pounds doesn’t seem like a lot of money. Certainly, if I were to give you five pounds and I said you have everything that you need to make it through a Monday, you would think I had gone crackers and think that I had set you an impossible task, but have I? It turns...
Usually during the winter months churches open their doors and provide overnight shelter for people with no home to go to. The need for social distancing during the pandemic means this has not been a viable option this winter. The government issued funding to enable local authorities to address this and provide emergency winter provision....
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