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Catching Lives has kindly been offered a piece of farmland for the next five years, which will be used to grow produce for our kitchen at the Catching Lives Open Centre, where our team of volunteers cook meals for the homeless and vulnerably housed of Canterbury and East Kent on a daily basis.  We will...
A long time visitor to Catching Lives will be exhibiting his artwork at a local gallery in Folkestone next week. Lachlan has now settled into a permanent home after being homeless and rough sleeping since 1989. He spent many years struggling on the streets, before coming to Catching Lives for the first time more than...
A wise person once said that giving is a lot more fun than receiving – if you’ve never heard of a reverse advent calendar, the concept is simple. During December, put an item in a box for the homeless each day and drop it off at our Day Centre when you’ve finished. ⠀⠀If this sounds...
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...
We’ve had some great news. We’ve just received £24,474 from the Coronavirus Community Support fund. This funding will particularly help us to cover extra staffing required as a result of changes we’ve had to make as a result of the Covid-19 social distancing restrictions. These are diificult, uncertain times for charities, especially where funding is...
We would like to say a huge thank you to Doro Thyssen for raising the incredible amount of £775.50 for Catching Lives through an exhibition and sale of her artwork. “Doro has been a long time supporter of Catching Lives, including volunteering with our Winter Shelter and helping organise fundraising activities for Catching Lives within...
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...
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.
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...
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