We came together with East Surrey Poverty Truth Commission and Surrey County Council to uncover the root causes of poverty within Surrey and learn how together we can drive cultural change. READ MORE
Last year, Surrey Police recorded over 200 cases of human trafficking within our county. Find out how the Community Foundation has come together with charity Justice and Care and Surrey Police to address this prevalent hidden issue. Together we can. READ MORE
The Community Foundation for Surrey makes two of the top seven articles identified by SurreyLive... READ MORE
There are an estimated 232,000 people aged 65+ living in Surrey. Almost 60,000 of these live alone. Our webinars bring together local people and those providing positive solutions, to share the insights and real stories of local people affected, now more than ever, by these issues. READ MORE
1 in 8 people living in the UK expect to seek support from a charity or voluntary body in the next 12 months, as a direct result of challenges created by Covid-19. For more than half (61%) of these people, it will be the first time they have ever sought charitable support. The Community Foundation for Surrey urges local support to alleviate the urgent pressures facing our communities. READ MORE
We have just awarded over £87,000 to Surrey Domestic Abuse Partnership, a formal partnership of four independent charities, that have come together to support survivors of domestic abuse across our county. READ MORE
Our Children and Young People's Mental Health Webinar is now available to watch online. Click here for how to access it! READ MORE
A further 52 local charities and community groups have benefited from our Coronavirus Response Funding from the latest grant awards, announcing our £1 million milestone of monies awarded out from the fund to date. Read more here! READ MORE
For most of us lockdown has been a challenging time, but mainly one of safety – for victims of domestic abuse, it’s been a time of grave danger. Thank you for joining our Domestic Abuse Webinar, bringing together local people and voluntary sector experts to address pressing issues such as this, that have for too long, been hidden. READ MORE
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