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Local data reveals there is stark disparity in the current level of homelessness among Surrey’s district and boroughs. This is a complex issue that can affect anyone.
Join our webinar, and learn how together we can address it.

Local data reveals there is stark disparity in the current levels of homelessness among Surrey’s districts and boroughs.
Join us Tuesday 16th March to learn how together we can address this prevalent local issue.

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We're delighted to announce that a total of £31.6 million has to date been planted in resources in support of local communities since the Foundation’s inception in 2005!

We're delighted to announce that a total of £31.6 million has to date been planted in resources in support of local communities since the Foundation’s inception in 2005!

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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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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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Take a look around our Coronavirus Response hub showcasing the inspiring local initiatives we've supported, our grant-making, key data and more!

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Take a look around our Coronavirus Response hub showcasing the inspiring local initiatives we've supported, our grant-making, key data and more!

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Coronavirus Response Funding

Thank you to everyone that came together to help us tell our story…

Our Hidden in Plain Sight webinars have launched to bring together local people and sector experts to share the insights from organisations that are providing vital services across our county.

Together we can.

In Surrey, we know that there are an estimated

35,400

victims of domestic abuse

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

The trend in current levels of homelessness differs greatly across the county, with homelessness increasing the most between Q2 2019 and Q3 2020 in Woking (70.9%)

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