Deputy Prime Minister visits Pact

On Monday 23rd February Pact hosted the Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg and Minister for Justice and Civil Liberties, Simon Hughes for a discussion and Q+A on criminal justice. Supporters, colleagues,…

HCPT

Katie had a trip she’ll talk about forever! Katie (pictured above) is eight and travelled to Lourdes with HCPT at Easter. She has cerebral palsy and gets seizures. She heard…

Apostleship of the Sea

In June last year, a Filipino seafarer was airlifted to hospital with severe burns after a fire in the engine room of a tanker off the Whitby coast. As always, AoS…

Cardinal Hume Centre

“Once you have experienced losing everything, you’ve got nothing more to lose and the only way is to go back up. The only thing you have is your life and…

Lee’s time at Caritas Anchor House

Through remembering Caritas Anchor House in your Will, you will be helping disadvantaged people like Lee turn their lives around. “I have been at Anchor House for 8 months and I have…

CCS Crisis Fund

One of the many ways we reach out to vulnerable families if through our CCS Crisis Fund. The CCS Crisis Fund was established in 2012, following the living wish of…

Elaine’s story

Elaine (not her real name) in her mid-20s was in an increasingly volatile relationship with her partner of 3 years. She said ‘We argue every day. We spend about 70% of our…

A journey to recovery

Whilst many of our clients can be helped off the streets and back into society quickly, some can take more intensive work. Clients like Jonathan need to know that The…

Helping new Catholics find their feet

Faith, we are told, is the gift of Almighty God. Jack Lusted converted to Catholicism following almost 25 years of ministry as a clergyman in the Church of England. Jack…

St Vincent de Paul Society

Frank, a single man living on his own with cancer, had a kitchen in a collapsed state with leaking pipes and electrical issues. Having written for help to many charities…

The Passage

Our aim is to provide homeless people with support to transform their own lives. Each day we help up to 200 men and women. The Passage runs London’s largest voluntary…
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