Grant update: Clock Tower Sanctuary, Brighton

Grant update: Clock Tower Sanctuary, Brighton

The Clock Tower Sanctuary (CTS) in Brighton was given £2,974 in spring 2018 for their Life Skills programme. In this update, we hear from four service users about their experiences at the Clock Tower Sanctuary to showcase the amazing difference it makes to support The Fine & Country Foundation.  This youth homeless charity is a drop-in service for 16-25 year olds in the Brighton and Hove area. The Life Skills programme has 20 bite-sized AQA-accredited courses developed by our charity partner, Centrepoint. Some of the modules include: Living on a budget, CV writing, interview skills and anger management.  Through a combination of the Life Skills programme, one-to-one support, activities and the safe environment created by the CTS, they have seen a significant rise in confidence and progress from their service users.  The Clock Tower Sanctuary is one of 17 homeless charities across the world that receive funding from The Fine & Country Foundation’s s...

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Ongoing support for Hope4
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13th Nov 2017

Registered charity number: 1160989