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Catching Lives
We are delighted to tell you about the wonderful Juliette and Georgia who have raised an amazing £175 for Catching Lives. Their mum Francine explains how this came about below… “Last year the girls and I made several trips to Catching Lives in Canterbury to donate much needed supplies to homeless people. This year Juliette...
Canterbury wonder-woman Felicity Elms ran an amazing seven ultra-marathons over the summer, all in aid of Catching Lives. Her last one on 28th September was a mere 52km but the others were all run over 100km routes. She didn’t just take part either – she was a serious competitor, always in and around the race-leaders....
A two day event called ‘Raise the Roof’ took place on 20th and 21st July in the Dane John Gardens, with over 2000 people attending on each day. Please see below for pictures from the day. The headliners included Toploader, Heather Small,  Dick and Dom, CBeebies star: Mr Bloom, UK Dance group Booty Luv, Abba...
We would like to say a huge thank you to all at Burgess Hodgson for donating £5000 to Catching Lives. As a small charity we rely on the support of our community and this money will help us to continue to offer the services we provide for homeless and vulnerably housed people in the Canterbury area....
The ‘Hiking for the Homeless’ team, consisting of workmates at Dover District Council and their family members, have completed the National Three Peaks Challenge raising (at time of publication) an amazing £4,078.25 for Catching Lives which will go directly towards supporting some of the most vulnerable members of our local community. The full team consisted...
Over the last two years Catching Lives has been engaged in an EU Erasmus+ project in the form of a research programme, with partners in the UK, Spain, Belgium and Germany, to develop training for practitioners who work with people with severe mental disorders. The aims of the project were to have the following impacts:...
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