The Centre will be providing free immigration advice in newly opened emergency accommodation for under-25s sleeping rough in the capital.
At 17, James had nowhere to live. The Centre hostel provided an escape from homelessness, and James started turning his life around.
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Lent is traditionally a time for reflection – for thinking about the difference we can make in the world, and in our own lives. Jenny Hazelden reflects here on her work as an English language teacher at the Cardinal Hume Centre.
Last Thursday (3rd November), on a cold, wintery night, the Cardinal Hume Centre met with local investment advice firm, Cambridge Associates, for a friendly eleven-a-side football match. Gareth Farmer, one of our Advice and Assessment Officers, was tasked with pulling a squad together to represent the Centre on the pitch.
The positivity with which Georgina talks about her experiences is truly inspiring.
Nadeisha started volunteering in our hostel at the beginning of this year, returning to the Centre 18 years after receiving help here herself.
Willie got in touch with the Cardinal Hume Centre out of the blue in June; 20 years after receiving help from staff in the Centre’s Hostel.
Excited residents and curious staff gathered on the fourth floor of the Cardinal Hume Centre yesterday as the greatly anticipated, new and improved games room was given a grand reopening.
There are many reasons people become homeless; abuse, addiction, revenge eviction. What about bureaucracy? Read about Josef’s family.
We were all very moved by the generosity displayed by our supporters before Christmas, and our clients were incredibly appreciative. Please watch this watch this special short video.
Homeless Jesus World Homeless Day provides an opportunity for us all to talk about a truth that many of us in the UK don’t perhaps want to face… Tonight, people in the 7th richest in the world will have no bed to sleep in or roof over their head; and an increasing number of people are forced to live in […]
We have been running a new employment programme in our hostel, Best of British, to help our young people develop key skills. The more exposed young people are to different work places, the better their understanding of what employers are looking for. The Best of British programme was launched to increase workplace awareness, through visits to various local employers. The […]