Help Father Hudson’s to care this Christmas by supporting their Christmas Appeal.
This Christmas most of us are looking forward to spending time at home, whether that is visiting family or friends or spending time in our own home. Unfortunately, for many of the people that Father Hudson’s Care works with this is not possible. Father Hudson’s Care has been helping create a home for those in need for more than 100 years. They’re calling on you to support our Christmas Appeal so we can continue to be there for people that need us.
How Father Hudson’s helps
Working across 17 projects and services Father Hudson’s supports people experiencing great need to improve their quality of life.
Tabor House and Tabor Cottage provide a temporary home for those that were living on the streets of Birmingham. At Tabor, guests receive the support they need to find work, reconnect with family, and find a permanent home.
Fatima House and Sophia House provide a temporary home for women that would otherwise be homeless. This gives women a safe place of their own to navigate the asylum system and build a life in the UK and the support networks they need to thrive.
Our New Routes fostering agency finds families and homes for children in care. The welfare of children and young people is at the heart of all we do. New Routes foster carers receive training and support to enable the children and young people they work with to reach their full potential.
St Catherine’s Bungalows, St Joseph’s Care Home and St Vincent’s House offer residential accommodation in the heart of Coleshill. At each of these homes, we work with residents and their families to help people live a rich and meaningful life of their choosing.
A home is not just the building that you live in. Brushstrokes, Hope Community, St Chads Sanctuary, and our Family Support Service recognise this and work with individuals and families to ensure they have safe and secure homes. These services also offer practical support to families including food, toiletries, clothes and other necessities. This can help families overcome immediate problems so they can look forward to the future.
How you can help Father Hudson’s to care this Christmas
Support Father Hudson’s Christmas Appeal by donating at www.justgiving.com/campaign/FHCChristmas2021. Alternatively, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, call 01675 434000 or visit www.fatherhudsons.org.uk.