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We’re excited to be going on the road from Wednesday 9th June, to two different locations around Kent on a weekly basis. Our wonderful volunteers will continue to run the day centre, providing our normal facilities and in addition, we will be taking a minibus to Whitstable on a Wednesday and Herne Bay on a...
During the winter of 2020/21 Catching Lives worked alongside other agencies, such as Canterbury City Council to offer a form of emergency accommodation under Winter Provision to as many rough sleepers as possible. Thank you to everyone who made this possible including The Youth Hostels Association, our staff and volunteers and everyone in our community...
BOOKSHOP IN LOCKDOWN Courtesy of lockdowns 1, 2 and 3, our bookshop has mostly been closed since March 2020, but our wonderful, dedicated team of volunteers have ensured we are still generating income to help our charity support the homeless throughout the Covid crisis. The shop did manage to re-open for three weeks in mid-October...
The Chartham String Band have written and produced a single entitled ‘Catching Lives’ to help raise funding and awareness of homelessness. We are delighted that the band have decided to donate all proceeds from sales of the single to Catching Lives. Please listen to the song but most importantly buy a digital copy and support...
Giving people sleeping rough somewhere warm and safe to sleep at this time of year has always been the top priority for Canterbury City Council and the district’s homeless charities. But, the arrival of the global pandemic and the need to enforce social distancing has made that task even harder this year and the Canterbury...
Herringbone Kitchens, a business based on Palace Street, Canterbury are great supporters of Catching Lives and this Christmas they wanted to do something that would encourage people and businesses to think about small things we can all do to make a difference. They have worked with us and Red Cape Productions to produce a Christmas...
Many thanks to Kent Law Society. Their President has chosen us as his charity of the year and so they are running an Advent Raffle to raise money for Catching Lives this Christmas. They have 24 great prizes on offer and they will be drawing one each day from the 1st to the 24th December....
To celebrate 10 years of Catching Lives and help raise much needed funds during these very difficult times for all charities, we are holding an online art auction for two weeks in November. Kent artists have been very generous and we have secured work by the likes of Billy Childish and local Kent street artist...
Members of the University of Kent Canterbury Homeless Outreach Society will be taking part in a sponsored virtual sleep out on Saturday 14th November at 7pm. For one night, they are asking people to give up the luxury of their beds and swap it for a sleeping bag on the floor, sofa, bath or somewhere...
Kent author Kevin Harris is helping the homeless this coming winter by donating the proceeds of two books he has written, to Catching Lives.  Anyone wanting to buy them should visit our bookshop at 28 Palace St, Canterbury CT1 2DZ. They are priced at £2.99 each. Kevin popped in to Catching Lives to tell us how...
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