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Parish Saturday Clubs September-December 2017

18th September 2017

Saturday Clubs run by parishes are a place for children or adults with learning disabilities and their families, to enjoy activities, socialising and support.

Human Trafficking- Responding Locally

14th August 2017

Based in Camden, Islington or Brent? Want to learn more about Human Trafficking? Then this event is for you! Join us on September the 19th to hear about how you can respond to human trafficking in your community.

Caritas Hubs Summer Update

7th August 2017

Read about what our development workers have been getting up to over the summer months.

There's No Health Like Mental Health

4th August 2017

Starting in April and running monthly till July, we supported a series of mental health awareness workshops in the diocese. Read on for more information and access to related resources.

Pilgrimage to Lourdes 2017

26th July 2017

Caritas St Joseph's and Caritas Deaf Service, along with some of the development team, have joined the Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes. Keep up to date here.

Jas Brar fundraising for Caritas Bakhita House

19th July 2017

After suffering a spinal chord injury at the age of 21, Jas Brar is pushing himself the 100km along the Camino de Santiago to fundraise for Caritas Bakhita House.

Deaf Service Retired Group trip to Eastbourne

19th July 2017

On Tuesday the 18th of July, the Deaf Service Retired Group joined St Mary's & St Michael's on their parish trip to Eastbourne

Pupils Reach out in Love

12th July 2017

Caritas Development workers Liz Willis and Phoebe Prendergast took 30 Reception pupils from Our Lady’s Primary School in Hitchin to visit the Bethany Club at Our Lady and St Andrew parish

Donations for the North Kensington Fire

14th June 2017

If you would like to donate towards the victims of the North Kensington Fire, you can donate through our new emergency relief fund

The Refugee Tales Walk comes to Brentford and Hammersmith

13th June 2017

Refugee Tales is an outreach project run by Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group (GDWG), and seeks to honour those held in immigration detention centres in the UK who ask the charity for their stories to be heard and shared. GDWG visitors befriend those held in detention at Gatwick Airport.

Related Articles

Parish Saturday Clubs September-December 2017

Saturday Clubs run by parishes are a place for children or adults with learning disabilities and their families, to enjoy activities, socialising and support.

Human Trafficking- Responding Locally

Based in Camden, Islington or Brent? Want to learn more about Human Trafficking? Then this event is for you! Join us on September the 19th to hear about how you can respond to human trafficking in your community.

Caritas Hubs Summer Update

Read about what our development workers have been getting up to over the summer months.

There's No Health Like Mental Health

Starting in April and running monthly till July, we supported a series of mental health awareness workshops in the diocese. Read on for more information and access to related resources.

Pilgrimage to Lourdes 2017

Caritas St Joseph's and Caritas Deaf Service, along with some of the development team, have joined the Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes. Keep up to date here.

Jas Brar fundraising for Caritas Bakhita House

After suffering a spinal chord injury at the age of 21, Jas Brar is pushing himself the 100km along the Camino de Santiago to fundraise for Caritas Bakhita House.

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