Easter is a time of year when we are reminded that light comes after darkness.
Help us give our service users hope that a new beginning is always possible.
Life-saving support for the homeless
Project Antifreeze provides food, hot drinks, sleeping bags and hygiene items to the homeless through our evening outreach teams and our day centre on Portland Road. We also offer the support our service users need to find accommodation and keep it. We aim to help our clients thrive, not just survive.
At project Antifreeze, we treat every service user as a valuable individual and never a statistic.
Gateway Women’s Centre
Here for women
Gateway Women’s Centre provides a welcoming, safe space for women going through a time of crisis or emotional difficulty. Trained staff are here to listen in a confidential and caring environment.
Providing important support services as well as fun, community and friendship, we’re here to restore self esteem, develop life skills, build resilience and reduce isolation.
Schools & Youth
Our work with the homeless and vulnerable begins here.
Our Schools Team work in 15 primary and secondary schools across Brighton & Hove. They deliver workshops and courses, prayer and reflection spaces and one to one support.
“Enhancing social skills, problem-solving skills and self-confidence can help prevent mental health problems such as conduct disorders, anxiety, depression and eating disorders as well as other risk behaviours including those that relate to sexual behaviour, substance abuse, and violent behaviour.”
- World Health Organisation