Give a gift that makes a difference this Easter

By giving a gift to a friend or loved one, you’ll be helping young people at a time when they need it most. From a hot meal to support back into education, your kindness and generosity will help homeless young people begin to change their lives and think of a way forward.

Easter Egg for a Young Person

Christmas meal for one

£5

could buy a chocolate egg for a young person this Easter.

Bus ticket

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£7

could pay for a network saver bus ticket, to keep young people in touch with friends and provide transport to key worker appointments.

Easter Tea

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£10

could provide an Easter Tea for a young homeless person.

Health and well-being sessions
Health and Wellness

£12

could provide access to our health and wellbeing sessions – such as yoga and martial arts – so a young homeless person feels better equipped to deal with their challenging circumstances.
Mobile phone top-up
Mobile Phone Top Up

£15

could fund a mobile phone top up, vital to keep in touch with their key worker, or to access domestic violence support and mental health services.
Workshops or groups
Workshops and Groups

£18

could provide support through music workshops, creative arts or Men’s Group and Women’s Group, to ensure our young homeless people build self-esteem and confidence.

Easter Tea for 2

Access to Facilities

£20

could provide an Easter Tea for 2 for young people experiencing homelessness.

Access to our facilities

New Clothes or Shoes

£25

could provide access to our drop-in centre to have a healthy meal, a hot shower and a toiletry pack, and use our laundry facilities. These services are vital for young homeless people who may be street homeless, or sofa surfing.

New clothes or shoes

Home comforts

£30

could pay for a new pair of shoes or a smart outfit for a job interview, so a young homeless person can find employment in 2023.

Home comforts

A day out

£40

could pay for home comforts such as kitchen utensils, pots and pans, and cutlery when a young homeless person moves into their own home.

A day out

Crisis Fund

£50

could pay for a day out to somewhere like Chessington World of Adventures, to give a young homeless person a break from their circumstances and the chance to enjoy the type of trips a family might arrange.

Support our crisis fund

Drop in Centre

£100

could support our Crisis Fund – providing vital emergency support such as nappies, toiletries and sanitary products, as well as new clothes.

Support our kitchen

Kitchen

£456

could support our drop-in centre for a day, to provide a safe space for young homeless people to visit, have a hot meal, a shower and do their laundry.

Support our kitchen

Studio

£500

could help keep our kitchen running, paying for new equipment as needed, such as fridges, cookers, and cooking equipment.

Support our studio

Fund our drop in centre

£1,000

could keep our studio running, giving access to a range of health and wellbeing activities in 2023.

Help fund our drop-in centre

Kitchen

£3,266

could help fund our drop-in centre for a whole week, allowing us to be there for young homeless people in Brighton and Hove who need support.

 
 
Our Virtual Gifts are examples of our work to help young homeless people - such as our drop-in centre and crisis fund. Our drop-in centre provides over 6,000 hot meals every year, along with access to shower and laundry facilities for young homeless people. Our crisis fund helps to provide new clothes, bus tickets, or kitchen equipment when a young person moves into their own place, whilst our key workers help young people to find a way forward, to start to make a new life. Whatever gift you choose to buy thank you - you are helping The Clock Tower Sanctuary to provide support to up to 200 young homeless people every year.