A new hub at the Cardinal Hume Centre to help people overcome poverty and homelessness is opening its doors to the public on Wednesday 12 September.
When the Cardinal Hume Centre was selected as Grosvenor’s charity partner in April 2014 to say we were elated is an understatement. We couldn’t wait to see what would happen with this partnership and we have not been disappointed.
Tuesday 31 March, 1.05pm at St Johns Smith Square
Volunteers play a valuable role in the delivery of our services and we strive to ensure that all volunteers have a meaningful and rewarding experience while working with us. Our commitment to volunteering is demonstrated through our investing in volunteers award. We have a large number of volunteers, almost 100 at the last count, who are involved in many different […]
Joanne Joanne has been volunteering in our charity shop since early 2013. She writes about how much she enjoys giving directly back to the community. Tom “Having done precious little volunteering before, I was keen to get some first-hand experience and learn something new about the great work voluntary groups do to help those in need. I […]
The Cardinal Hume Centre’s charity shop is a great place to pick up a high quality bargain. Donations and volunteers are always welcome.
The Centre offers one-to-one employment support to help you find work and improve your in-work prospects. The service is client-centred and based on your preferences. What we offer The Employment team can help you build your confidence through various services: Careers guidance and vocational profiling Help with CVs, job applications and cover letters Interview preparation and practice Direct contact with local […]
The Surgery has two doctors and provides a full range of medical care solely to homeless people from across London. It has a particular focus on the primary care management of substance misuse, alcohol abuse and chronic severe mental illness. The surgery is open Monday to Friday 10am to 12:30pm and 2pm to 4pm (except Wednesday afternoon when closed) and […]
You can help us to support vulnerable families and young people through the COVID-19 Crisis by donating to our Emergency Food Appeal. Helping families and young people overcome poverty and homelessness The Cardinal Hume Centre enables people to gain the skills they need to overcome poverty and homelessness. We work with homeless young people, badly housed families and others […]
Live in Westminster? A parent to 2-4 year olds? We have free places in our OFSTED registered nursery starting in September 2012. Please get in touch to find out more and register. The Early Years Nursery offers 15 hours of free childcare in South Westminster each week (9:15am – 4pm) for 2-4 year old children. We have links to local […]
Homeless or living on low-income? The Cardinal Hume Centre may be able to help.