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The Carers Centre For Brighton And Hove Limited
The Carers Centre For Brighton And Hove Limited
Young Carers Activities

Young Carers Activities

Why we need your help

Activities for Young Carers
A small donation can make a big difference in the lives of a Young Carer.
We organise a wide range of groups and activities that give Young Carers a break from their caring role and a chance to build up their confidence and social network with other Young Carers. Each of these young people have something special in common – a caring role at home for a parent or sibling with a disability. This can be a long term or life limiting illness, a mental health condition or a substance misuse issue.
How will your donation be used at the Carers Centre?
Peer Support and shared experiences, such as bringing together all Young Carers who have a sibling with an autistic spectrum condition
Sessions to build resilience, such as mindfulness or mental health first aid
Art-based sessions to explore Young Carers’ identities, including songwriting, sculpture, puppet-making and animation
Respite opportunities that include sports activities, bushcraft and trips to theatre, cinemas, restaurants and theme parks
If you are interested in a larger donation, our fundraising team can work with you on a tailored proposal towards specific activities. For more information, contact Tom Lambert, Carers Centre Director at info@carerscentre.org.

Activities for Young Carers

A small donation can make a big difference in the life of a Young Carer.

We organise a wide range of groups and activities that give Young Carers a break from their caring role and a chance to build up their confidence and social network with other Young Carers.

Each of these young people have something special in common – a caring role at home for a parent or sibling with a disability. This can be a long term or life limiting illness, a mental health condition or a substance misuse issue.

How will your donation be used at the Carers Centre?

  • Peer Support and shared experiences, such as bringing together all Young Carers who have a sibling with an autistic spectrum condition
  • Sessions to build resilience, such as mindfulness or mental health first aid
  • Art-based sessions to explore Young Carers’ identities, including songwriting, sculpture, puppet-making and animation
  • Respite opportunities that include sports activities, bushcraft and trips to theatre, cinemas, restaurants and theme parks

If you are interested in a larger donation, our fundraising team can work with you on a tailored proposal towards specific activities. For more information, contact Tom Lambert, Carers Centre Director at info@carerscentre.org.

 This campaign is now closed, and no longer accepting donations.
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