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As a small charity, we rely entirely on donations to deliver our services to vulnerable young people in our local community.

How your donation helps young homeless people in Brighton & Hove

Being homeless at any age is not easy. But young people who are faced with these dangerous and challenging conditions are particuarly vulnerable. The Clock Tower Sanctuary is here for anyone aged 16-to-25 who is homeless or insecurely housed. We help them when they're in a crisis and we support them as they find their way to stability.

We help with immediate needs like food, a hot shower and clean clothes, right away. We also provide long-term support with things like housing, benefits, doctor's appointments, training and finding work so that our clients can move on with their lives.

Last year, we had 3,984 visits from young people who had nowhere to call home. We provided 1,508 showers and 2,054 telephone calls were made form the day centre, enabling young people to stay connected with friends and family. 

But we can't do it without your help. It costs us £500,000 a year to run our serivces and we don't get any government or council funding. We are funded by the generous people, schools, businesses and community groups of Brighton & Hove and by national and local Trusts & Foundations.

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Could you help us by making a one-off or regular gift? Monthly donations really help us to plan ahead

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£10

Could pay for a young person to have a hot shower, wash their clothes and eat a nutritious meal.

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£25

Could pay for a new pair of shoes for a young person to wear to a job interview. 

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£50

Could pay for warm sleeping bags for young people who are having to rough sleep. 

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Or donate whatever you can afford - thank you! 

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"It was like a family vibe when I first came here. I found it hard to communicate at the time and I would get angry. My case worker talked to the Council and also helped to get my benefits sorted out. I’ve seen the impact that CTS has on people and the way it improves lives. I’ve seen people go from having nothing to being housed and normal.”

- Cara, aged 23

Where we are


Day centre entrance for young people

You can find us just off Ship Street. We're in a little alley way between a clothes shop and a cafe called The Trading Post. Look for the sign on the street.

Office entrance for visitors and deliveries
We are at Wenlock House,  41-43 North Street, Brighton, BN1 1RH. You can find us to the left of The Body Shop. 


Opening Hours

The day centre runs a drop-in service between 10am and 2pm, Monday to Friday and 11am-3pm on Saturday.

The office is open 9.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday. 


Email and phone

Call us on 01273 722 353

Email us - services@thects.org.uk

For general queries and fundraising - info@thects.org.uk