Supporting young carers with new Guildford Philanthropy fund

A new fund, initiated by deputy Mayor Cllr Mike Parsons as part of his Mayoral year fundraising, will provide crucial READ MORE


Guildford Philanthropy

Guildford Philanthropy awards grants to turn ideas into successful social enterprises to tackle community needs across the borough. READ MORE


Supporting Carers within Guildford

There are an estimated 129,000 carers within Surrey alone. It is predicted that by 2037, the number of carers across the UK will have risen from 6.5 million to 9 million. We’re proud to support carers within the county through the Carers Support Guildford Fund. READ MORE


His Royal Highness The Earl of Wessex visits local social enterprise, the Guildford Bike Project

Peter Cluff, Chairman of our Guildford Philanthropy Fund reflects on the Royal visit to the Guildford Bike Project, a social enterprise supported by the Fund that helps local, disadvantaged individuals with a passion for all things bike! READ MORE


Guildford Young Carers Fund

Guildford Young Carers was launched by Cllr Mike Parsons in 2018 to provide opportunities to young carers in Guildford borough. READ MORE


Making philanthropy a part of corporate culture

Tom Higgins, CEO of leading technology company Gold-i talks about how philanthropic giving through the Gold-i Innovation Fund has contributed to corporate culture READ MORE


Carers in Guildford Supported by New Fund

A partnership with Carers Support (Guildford) and Guildford Borough Council has resulted in a new fund that will provide support to carers within the borough of Guildford READ MORE


Carers Support (Guildford) Fund

The Carers Support (Guildford) Fund makes small grants to carers who live in the borough of Guildford who need respite from their caring role. READ MORE


Foodwise (TLC) Limited

Grants have been awarded to the many inspiring local initiatives who are getting food to our most vulnerable, supporting our most isolated elderly residents, and adapting other vital services to ensure people with the highest needs continue receiving the help they require. READ MORE


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