Will you help to bring homeless young people in from the cold this winter?
Fundraising for The Clock Tower Sanctuary
The Clock Tower Sanctuary, the only day-centre in Brighton & Hove which supports homeless 16-25-year olds, is launching an urgent winter appeal to raise £20,000 for vulnerable young people in the city. Brighton & Hove has the second largest population of rough sleepers in the UK. The Clock Tower Sanctuary receives over 4,000 visits every year from 16-25-year-olds who are homeless or insecurely housed. Their day-centre, located in the heart of the city, provides practical and emotional support to move homeless young people from crisis to independence. £10 could pay for a young person to have a shower, a meal and wash their clothes. £20 can pay for hot meals for ten hungry people £50 can provide fifty hot showers or twenty loads of washing £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 Thank you for your support.