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Building relationships and growing with our young people

It is currently unknown what the long-term effects of lockdown and the pandemic will have on young people and their mental health. east to west is a Surrey based charity supporting over 1,000 local children, young people and their families. We learn how their effective mental health support is a long-term commitment, investing time and energy into developing trusting relationships with their young people. READ MORE

Coming together to address Domestic Abuse in Surrey

According to Charlotte Kneer, Chief Executive of Reigate and Banstead Women’s Aid, the county of Surrey is a “leading example” of a local authority that recognises the critical need of these safe refuge spaces for women fleeing domestic abuse. Find out how, together with local partners, we are supporting this prevalent Surrey issue. READ MORE

Emergency Response to lockdown

When the early talks of a lockdown were underway, Emergency Response groups were already thinking about how to gather community volunteers and get support to those that most needed it, fast! READ MORE

Facing new challenges of isolation

How the lockdown and its on-going uncertainties will affect our mental health won’t be completely understood for some time, but it has been one of the most worrying indirect issues of the Coronavirus in the UK. Read more about the organisations in Surrey facing new challenges of isolation… READ MORE

“Brilliant grant” enables Manna Food Bank to support vulnerable residents in Spelthorne

A £5,000 grant from our Coronavirus Response Fund supported Manna Foodbank to feed vulnerable families, fast! 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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