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.
In-Work Club offers a level of support far beyond just getting people into any job. Find out how this popular service is turning lives around.
So often we feel that we don’t live up to the ideal of what the family should look like or be. We compare our families to those seen on TV, to the family life our friends portray, to the photographs we see on social media and, if honest, to what we think the Church expects of our family. Yet in […]
Emma is running a 10K to support the work of the Cardinal Hume Centre. Help her reach her target of £250.
There are many reasons people become homeless; abuse, addiction, revenge eviction. What about bureaucracy? Read about Josef’s family.
It is never an easy step leaving a job you are unhappy in – especially when the next step is an unknown – but working in a job which causes inordinate amounts of stress takes its toll….
“It strikes me that deciding to leave a legacy gift to a charity involves some of the same motivations as voting.”
On the eve of the election and with the beatification of Archbishop Romero of San Salvador taking place in a couple of weeks, some words of wisdom from the Archbishop in July 1977.
A team from the Cardinal Hume Centre will be taking on the challenge of walking 54 miles in 24 hours and we are inviting our supporters to get involved too.
What separates the parties? Where do they stand on poverty and homelessness? To answers these questions and more we welcomed in three highly knowledgeable guest speakers.
The 2015 CEO Sleepout will be taking place on Monday 12th October, at The Kia Oval. Last year 90 sleepers raised £150,000 to help fight poverty and homelessness this year we hope to exceed that.
With just three weeks until the General Election, the Centre continues to encourage all volunteers, clients and staff to find out about the stance of candidates on issues that matter to them, and use their voice.
The General Election is five weeks away and we are busy encouraging our clients to get involved.
Thanks to the Centre Justine finally has security and a way to support her family, but her struggle continues.
Saturday Kitchen comes to the Centre as celebrity chef Ben Tish, comes to deliver a culinary master class for young residents from the Centre’s hostel and users of its family services.
Tuesday 31 March, 1.05pm at St Johns Smith Square
Read an account of our Welfare Rights Officer’s typical day helping the vulnerable people who come to the Centre for advice.
Sunday is International Women’s Day. Teresa who learn to read at the Centre is one of many stories of inspirational women connected to the Centre.
A book can open up a new world, it can provide a window into the life of a stranger, it can delight and frustrate in equal measure.