“The Sanctuary is the backbone of where I am now and how much I have progressed. Without this place I would still be sleeping under Brighton Pier, it’s as simple as that.” Mark, 24
This winter The Clock Tower Sanctuary supported over 1000 visits by homeless young people who had nowhere to call home.
Please donate today to help us continue to support homeless young people get back on track. Every young person deserves a safe place to go.
83,000 young people experience homelessness every year and the South East has the second highest rate of homeless applications in England after London. (Source: Brighton & Hove City Council).
£5 could pay for a young person to have a shower, wash their clothes and prepare and eat a hot meal.
£20 could provide a young person with new shoes or a shirt and tie to attend a job interview/wear on the first day at their new job.
£200 could train a volunteer to support young homeless people.
£500 could pay for the centre to be open for a day.