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The Coronavirus Response Fund has launched to support local charities and voluntary organisations that are assisting some of Surrey’s most vulnerable people

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Coronavirus Response Funding

Surrey is one of the largest counties in Britain with a population of over a million people. While it is a largely affluent county, this apparent prosperity masks pockets of high deprivation which can often be neglected and lead to some marked inequalities.

The Community Foundation for Surrey, who for over 15 years has been bringing together those within the county in a position to give with the will to make a difference. We bring together local donors and those acting to provide positive solutions in our communities for local people and disadvantaged individuals.

Each year, the Foundation awards hundreds of grants, totalling more than £2 million in 2019-20.

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Our Hidden in Plain Sight Webinars have launched to bring together local people and voluntary sector experts to share valuable insights from those organisations that are now facing a surge in demand for their services.

Together, we can learn how we can support Surrey’s most vulnerable. Click here to find out more!

There were approximately

21,400

female victims of domestic abuse in Surrey prior to the pandemic

It is estimated that in Surrey

13,590

children live in households where a parent is suffering domestic abuse

It is estimated that

14,500

individuals between the ages of 5 -15 have poor mental health in Surrey

Surrey has some of the highest proportions of older people living among its population in the country. The figure is as high as 37.2% in one part of Waverley.

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Nigel, Alison & family

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Bryan

"The Foundation is a perfect vehicle for small trusts to become a part as they experience the benefits without the burdens."

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Rodney & Linda

"We have our own fund that focuses on our interests and we can be as involved as we wish."

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