Almost £1 Million in Grants Awarded by SHCJ in 2022

21 December, 2022


In 2022, the European Province of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus provided 60 charities in the United Kingdom with grants totalling £914,377.

The following are descriptions of some of the charities supported in 2022:

• The 2 Minute Foundation’s aim is to see a world without plastic and litter pollution and to change the way we relate to our outdoor spaces.

• The Baobab Centre (London) was formed in 2008 by a group of experienced human rights workers who identified many unmet needs in the treatment and support offered to young asylum seekers and refugees who have been forced to flee their home countries because of conflict, war and human rights abuses.

Crosslight Advice is an independent, community-focused charity working to alleviate poverty and hardship through the provision of comprehensive debt advice and accessible financial education.

Hope at Home provides safe homes and holistic support for survivors of human trafficking and modern slavery.

MYTIME’s aim is to level the playing field for young carers and young adult carers of ages 5-25. They work to provide support, opportunities and friendship that every child needs in order to thrive.

Providence Row helps empower the most marginalised homeless people in London. They help their clients overcome severe disadvantage, helping them get off, and stay off, the streets and begin their journey towards recovery and a stable, secure life.

Read Easy provides free, confidential, one-to-one reading coaching for adults, from trained volunteers, through local-run, affiliated volunteer groups.

Woman’s Trust has 25+ years’ experience of providing person-centered, trauma informed specialist therapeutic support to women in London.

Grants may be requested by registered charities in England, Wales or Ireland with an income of no more than £5 million. The funding applied for must be for projects being carried out in England, Wales or Ireland. For more information on SHCJ’s grantmaking, visit

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