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Helping young homeless people to break out of poverty


The Cardinal Hume Centre is a charity in central London that helps people gain the skills they need to break out of poverty. We work with young homeless people, disadvantaged families, and others in need. We have a hostel that provides a home to young people aged 16-24, a family service that supports children with a homework club and holiday programmes, and other services that help vulnerable people out of poverty.

Your kind gift of:

  • £20 could pay for a kitchen 'starter pack' so a young homeless person can learn to cook
  • £36 a week could cover the healthy snacks provided at our after school & homework clubs
  • £45 could pay for bedding and towels for a young person when they move into their new room

Everyone should have a safe place to live and the chance to realise their full potential.