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We sell donated furniture at our Restore Project. Call 01243 698547 to donate or visit Terminus Road and browse our warehouse!
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Stonepillow offers shelter, information and support to empower homeless and vulnerable people to make positive changes in their lives.
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Stonepillow Lodge

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Stonepillow Big SleepOut 2015

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Stonepillow offers shelter, information and support to empower homeless and vulnerable people to make positive changes in their lives...

We provide a lifeline to homeless people in the Chichester, Bognor Regis and Littlehampton areas with day hubs, access to medical treatment, night hostels and 'move on' accommodation.  208 people have accessed these services in the last year and 108 people have moved into long term accomodation.

Recently Stonepillow Lodge, a new facility of 5 ensuite bedrooms, was opened in conjunction with St Richard’s Hospital to house homeless people discharged from hospital.

Our Values

We believe in honesty, openness and accountability. We always act responsibly, do our best and expect our Trustees, staff and volunteers to own and share these values.

Our History

The Christian Care Association (CCA) was formed in 1989 following a sermon given by the Reverend Hilary Parsons concerning the death of an ex-Graylingwell patient in a public toilet in Chichester, West  Sussex.

The Association was registered as a charity in 1991 (St Richard of Chichester Christian Care Association, charity no 1000830) and also as a Company Limited by Guarantee (company no 2504171). Over the years the original aims have been built upon and new services have been developed and managed by CCA.

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Amy's Story

Amy had been with her husband for approximately ten years. The relationship had been...