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Mental health awareness week May 2020. KINDNESS

Get involved with random acts of kindness Call a friend that you haven’t spoken to for a while Tell a family member how much you love and appreciate them Make a cup of tea for someone you live with Arrange to have a cup of tea and virtual catch up with someone you know Help with a household chore at home Arrange to watch a film at the same time as a friend and video call Tell someone you know that you are proud of them Tell someone you know why you are thankful for them Send a motivational text...

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We need you

Most of us has seen a decline in our well-being and mental health during these difficult times. As a non-profit charity we need you help to us ensure that we can ensure that every individual can access the support they need when they need it. Please click here to donate. 

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The Canterbury Umbrella is committed to bringing followers reliable and trusted support through out this time.

The Canterbury Umbrella is committed to bringing followers reliable and trusted support through out this time. We need your support to keep providing vital information, support and assistance during this period. Here's is some examples of what you can do to help support us. You can donate through our website and through the links CLICK HERE. or you can Text 'Donate CUC 20' to 88802 Please consider making a donation today

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We would like to say a huge thank you to Kent community foundation  who reached out to us in regards to support during the Coronavirus. They Have awarded us a grant of £4700 to help us with costs while the centre is closed and with the implementing of our new adapted service.

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A big thank you to Edward Gostling foundation

We would like to say a huge thank you to The Edward Gostling foundation  who reached out to us in regards to support during the Coronavirus. They Have awarded us a grant of £5000 to help cover the cost of our new online digital support and telephone service. Thank you for supporting us at this time.

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Thank you to Kent Community Energy

We would like to say a huge thank you to Kent Community Energy, supported by Community Owned Renewable Energy LLP (CORE), who reached out to us in regards to support during the Coronavirus. They Have awarded us a grant of £5000 to help cover the cost of loss revenue while the Social health kitchen is closed and while we can not complete any fundraising.

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Help us to help you

We are seeking support during the Coronavirus to ensure that we can continue to provide support to the Canterbury and coastal districts. You can do this by texting "donate CUC 20" to 88802 or click the link below https://canterburyumbrellacentre.charitycheckout.co.uk/cf/coronavirus-support The Canterbury Umbrella is a non-profit charity. We are home to the Social health kitchen that generates a self reliant income into the centre. We also run subsides activities every day that generate a donation based income. We have lost these revenue streams due to the temporary closure of the centre but we have still continued our work. So we need...

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Coronavirus update

Good morning everyone, Following a new release of information from the Government, we are taking the following action. 1.All activities will be suspended until further notice. We want to stay open for as long as we can, so limiting social activities will reduce the risk to you and our staff. 2.We advise anyone that has any underlying health conditions or over 70 years old to self isolate. 3. ANY individual that has a cough or a high temperature should remain at home. Any individual that displays these symptoms will be asked to leave the centre. We understand that this is...

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The Beaney presents………..

We are working in partnership with The Beaney to offer 6 history sessions that allow us to get up close and personal with the items within The Beaney and The Roman Museum. We will have the opportunity to find out about local history and what we have lurking under our feet. To sign up please pop in to the centre and speak to Natalie.  

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