As the days grow shorter and the chill creeps in, they are out there. On long winter nights when you and your loved ones are safe and warm tucked under cosy duvets and in well-heated homes, they are out there. Anxious. Weary. Alone.
For a young person without a place to call home, this can be the loneliest time of year. And even in a friendly, tolerant city like Brighton & Hove, young homeless people are at risk of violence and abuse every day.
Please support our Urgent Winter Appeal today and bring a vulnerable young person in from the cold. You can show them they are not forgotten. That somebody cares.
£10 could pay for a young person to have a shower, a meal and to wash their clothes.
£20 can pay for hot meals for ten hungry people
£50 can provide fifty hot showers or twenty loads of washing
£200 provides one-to-one support to move a young person out of homelessness
This winter, our day centre will welcome hundreds of homeless young people and offer them a hot shower, a home cooked meal and a place to belong. A safe place where warmth and care surround them and remind them that they are not forgotten. We are the only day centre in Brighton & Hove for young homeless people and we rely entirely on donations to keep our doors open.
Please support our Urgent Winter Appeal today and bring a vulnerable young person in from the cold. You can show them they are not forgotten.
You can help someone like Adam who at 23 years old, was rough sleeping on Brighton beach. He says
"With the help of The Clock Tower Sanctuary, I was able to find a career I can now train in. I'm saving up for a deposit to move into rented accommodation. The Sanctuary believed in me and that feeling is priceless."
Thank you for your support - we appreciate every donation.