Donate to our Christmas Appeal 2017

Give a gift that really matters this Christmas. Donate to our Christmas Appeal and show a homeless young person or vulnerable family that someone cares for them.

If you have any questions about making a donation to the Cardinal Hume Centre, please call us on 020 7222 1602.

Or you may find the answer to your question in our Donation FAQs.

If you would like to make a regular donation to the Centre by direct debit please click here.

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  • Londoners brave cold to help tackle poverty and homelessness

    Adventurous Londoners are being urged to grab a sleeping bag, brave the cold and spend a night sleeping out in the grounds of the Royal Academy of Arts on 6 November – generating vital funds to prevent homelessness. The all-night challenge aims to raise money for the Cardinal Hume Centre, a Westminster-based charity which has been helping people overcome poverty […]

  • The big reveal: Cardinal Hume Centre hosts special open day

    The Cardinal Hume Centre is to showcase its brand new hub and the specialist services running from there on Tuesday 23 October 2018. Potential and existing clients, referral agencies, partners and other interested organisations are invited to attend. Guests will have the chance to tour the charity’s attractive and accessible new space – the result of a £1m revamp of […]

Ways we can help

  • Saturday Family Day

    Are you looking for some fun learning activities for your family on a Saturday afternoon? Sessions run 12.30 - 3.30 pm. If you're interested get in touch!

  • Learning Schedule

    We offer a variety of educational and training services, including English language, literacy and computing.

How to help

  • Volunteer

    The Centre is always looking for volunteers. Have a look at our current vacancies and get in touch!

  • Leave a Gift in Your Will

    After you have taken care of your family and friends, a gift to the Cardinal Hume Centre, however small, would help those who do not have a family to look out for them. Those who rely on people they do not know – people like you – to care about them.

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