Chester Aid to the Homeless (CATH) was founded by a team of volunteers in 1972 to provide help and support to Chester’s homeless community. The charity has developed over four decades to become a leading homeless charity in the city of Chester providing a wide range of services.
CATH remains the key Chester City Centre charity for homeless people, offering support, encouragement and a safety net to those in crisis. The Harold Tomlins Centre is open to all in need of help and support.
Due to the rapidly increasing numbers of homeless people on the streets of Chester, CATH needs your support NOW!
Donations and community fundraising are an essential part of our income which helps us to provide the level and range of services we do.
Find out more about how you can help Chester Aid to the Homeless by clicking here
To CATH values are a set of principles that we as a charity live and work by…
CATH has been created by the people for the people.
CATH’s priority is always to support those in crisis.
CATH believes that all things are possible when applied to community and partnership.
CATH commits to learning to help people grow and thrive as citizens
CATH works to provide the most accessible services available.