Christmas can be hard for some young people. Please help us to support them during this time. We are offering extra counselling sessions for up to 15 young people to help them manage over Christmas. If you can, please donate here. Thank you.
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Throughout the 2019-20 season, the U14 Green football team at Huntingdon Rowdies, in a first for the club, will be proudly displaying the logo of local young people’s charity Centre 33 on their chests. Thanks to a charitable donation the team were able to support a local young people's charity instead of having sponsored
Do you know this website? We want to know what you think. www.keep-your-head.com Its got lots of information about how to get support with your mental health locally. But we want to know if its useful for you. If you are under 26 could you fill in a short survey for us? It
We really encourage you to let us know what kind of services are going to help you. You can drop us a line any time with your thoughts and feedback. We ran a survey recently and have made some positive changes based on what you asked for. Here's what you said about our counselling
On Sunday 8th March 2020, Centre 33 will be entering a team of ten runners to take on the Cambridge Half-Marathon. Would you like to join the team? By joining the Centre 33 team you can confirm your place before the public entries open. All you need to do is complete the 13.1
A team of nine walkers took on the 18 mile walk from Cambridge to Ely on Saturday 3rd August to raise £1,607 for Centre 33. The team was made up of members of staff, volunteers and supporters and they hiked from our hub in Cambridge at 33 Clarendon Street to our hub in Ely.
Centre 33 pleased to announce the launch of the Fullscope Consortium Fullscope launched to support the positive mental health and wellbeing of children and young people in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. Seven leading charities that support the mental wellbeing of children and/or young people in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are uniting to launch Fullscope. The consortium
GIVING YOUNG CARERS A VOICE We filmed one of our young carers, Toyah, who spent many years working together with us to support her challenging situation at home. We're so very proud of her and as you'll see, life is looking pretty good now. Please watch and share and if you need some support from
12 runners give it their all to raise money for Centre 33 at the Cambridge Half Marathon. Huge thanks to our intrepid team of runners who not only managed to run 13k on a cold rainy morning but have also raised over £5k to support the work of Centre 33. The team was made
. . . . . . Christmas can be an especially difficult time for young carers. Whilst many of their peers and friends are thinking about unwrapping presents and spending time with their families, a young carer may be faced with the additional pressures of tidying the house, preparing food and caring for their