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Kingstonian and Corinthian-Casuals Joint Charity Day

By www.kingstonian.com (fwpbot)16/12/2019 21:54Mon Dec 16 21:54:24 2019

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Kingston Churches Action on Homelessness and Kingston Carers Network to benefit from charity collections on Saturday.

Read the full news item at https://www.kingstonian.com/news/kingstonian-and-corinthian-casuals-joint-charity-day/891

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More about the charities

By John Bangs18/12/2019 21:18Wed Dec 18 21:18:43 2019In response to Kingstonian and Corinthian-Casuals Joint Charity DayTop of thread

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About KCAH
Kingston Churches Action on Homelessness (KCAH) are Corinthian Casuals’ charity partners and do excellent work in providing help to the homeless people in our Borough. KCAH have particularly requested food and clothing donations today. This is the second year of the partnership between Casuals and KCAH. The charity provide a wide range of support to homeless people in Kingston Borough.

Their Housing Crisis Intervention Service offers housing advice, welfare benefits advice and referrals to relevant housing options including hostels.

Through their Access Project KCAH is able to house up to 37 people with a local connection to Kingston upon Thames in its nine rented houses for a period of up to two years.

They run a Night Shelter every night for anyone in need; offering a simple meal, community, advice and somewhere safe to rest.

KCAH also provide a Job Club to help their clients find work which runs on Tuesday afternoons.

Other Emergency Support is given by providing clothing, sleeping bags, backpacks, a mailbox, simple mobile phones and food for people who are living on the streets or with no home to call their own.

You can visit KCAH’s website to learn more about their work: https://www.kcah.org.uk/

About KCN
Our fundraising today will also help support Kingston Carers Network (KCN) who are Kingstonian’s local community partners and are based in Tolworth Broadway. Kingstonian Football Club are in our forth season working together with KCN as "Community Partners".

A "carer" is someone of any age who provides unpaid support to family or friends who could not manage without this help. A young carer is a carer under the age of 18.

KCN provide information and advice and a wide range of support to adult carers and young carers ( aged 5 to 18) and are affiliated to the Carers Trust. KCN provide support to more than 3,000 adult carers and over 700 young carers from the Kingston Borough through a wide range of services. They are part of a national network of carers centres affiliated to the Carers Trust.

KCN are also committed to ensuring that carers have a stronger voice, and so we offer a range of opportunities for carers to have a say in the way health, social care and carers’ services are run in the borough.

The football club and "Carers Centre" are working together to raise awareness of the needs of carers and young carers in and around the Royal Borough of Kingston-upon-Thames and offer Carers concessionary admission to Kingstonian Matches.

Kingstonian hold two Young Carers Days a year at home matches and Kingstonian Youth provide football fun days for young carers. We also raise funds to help provide additional activities for young carers. Today, we are expecting 25 - 30 guests from Kingston Carers Network and their new manager of their young carers project will be running an information project

To find out more about their work visit KCN’s website: https://kingstoncarers.org.uk/
You can also contact them by phone on 020 3031 2757 for more information about the help they offer. They can also give you contact details of carers support in other areas.

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A chance to win signed shirts

By John Bangs18/12/2019 09:45Wed Dec 18 09:45:34 2019In response to Kingstonian and Corinthian-Casuals Joint Charity DayTop of thread

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The raffle tickets given to those donating food or clothing items will include signed home and away Kingstonian shirts and also a Casuals shirt.

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