In June a team from Wogen Resources took on the 24 peaks challenge raising over £8,000 for the Centre. Participant and Group Finance Director James Macfarlane tells us more. On the 8th and 9th of June a team of Wogeners completed a gruelling two day 24 peaks hiking challenge in the lake district in Northern England. The mood of the […]
Will you and your colleagues give up your bed to help us fight poverty and homelessness and give people like Nikki* a better future?
Last Wednesday Grosvenor Britain & Ireland (Grosvenor) held a gala dinner raising £90,000 for charity partner, the Cardinal Hume Centre. Four hundred people attended the dinner and talent show at The Lancaster London, Hyde Park. The evening saw staff from Grosvenor and its contractors and partners take to the stage, competing to be crowned top performer. Adrian Chiles hosted the […]
Last Wednesday Grosvenor Britain & Ireland (Grosvenor) held a gala dinner raising £90,000 for charity partner, the Cardinal Hume Centre.
Our Foot in the Door Partner for the month of February was The St James Theatre. The Centre was delighted to be selected as the chosen charity of the St. James Theatre in late 2015, but we could not have anticipated their recent fundraising efforts. During the sell-our run of The Pianist of Willesden Lane, which ran at the Theatre […]
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.
St Dominic’s, Harrow on the hill, sixth formers impressed everyone at the Centre with their excellent volunteering.
In 2012 the Cardinal Hume Centre was delighted to be voted Sainsbury’s Pimlico Charity of the Year and have received wonderful support from the staff and customers. From baking to book collections, bag packing to Easter eggs, Sainsbury’s Pimlico have raised almost £2000 for the Centre. An in-store bag packing event with Children from local schools and staff from the […]
HR Manager Jaz Bhogal celebrates the torch’s arrival with Trish from the fundraising team The Cardinal Hume Centre is thrilled to have been selected as Sainsbury’s Pimlico Charity Partner of the Year and is looking forward to plenty of staff fundraising and in store support during 2012-13. What makes the Centre’s selection even better is that it was voted for […]
Ed and Kenji give an account of their week of volunteering at the Cardinal Hume Centre: “We spent this week at the Cardinal Hume Centre, experiencing the vast range of services that it offers to all who desire them. On arriving at the centre, we expected it to be a normal soup-kitchen type homeless shelter. However, it quickly became apparent […]
Why work with us? Support your local community – by working with the Centre you are giving back to the local community in which you work. Motivate your staff – supporting us will boost staff moral and sense of worth. Whether it is fundraising, volunteering or team events, staff participation leads to more driven and happy employees. Enhance your reputation […]
Parishes and parish groups – Justice of Peace, UCM, CWL, Catenians – play an integral part in our fundraising. Find out how you can get involved.
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Carmel-Anne Wright (now Carmel Hayes) studied physiotherapy in Kettering in the 90s and then continued her studies in London. It was there that she got involved with the Young Adult Pilgrims programme, organised by Cardinal Hume. When Cardinal Hume was recovering from a hip operation, Carmel-Anne acted as his physiotherapist, although George Basil called her a ‘phsyio-terrorist’. Carmel-Anne recently made […]
The Cardinal Hume Centre held its first ever sponsored bike ride on Friday 21st September. The aim was to raise £10,000 towards the cost of building five new flats for homeless young people at the Centre. Twenty bleary eyed cyclists arrived at the Cardinal Hume Centre on Friday morning, for a much needed breakfast, before braving the 85 mile route to […]