We have to date awarded £42,060 to charities and community groups across Tandridge. A full list of the grants awarded in the district from our Coronavirus Response Fund can be found below.
|Charity||Project Description||Amount Awarded|
|Bloomin' Arts||Funding toward the essential running costs of a charity, based in East Surrey, that supports adults with learning difficulties, during the COVID-19 pandemic.||£5,000|
|Caleidoscope CIC||Funding to provide support online and by phone for children with SEN, autism and co-morbid conditions during the Coronavirus pandemic||£3,560|
|Caterham and Warlingham Citizens Advice Bureau||Mobile phones and credit for volunteers, and support to core costs at a Citizens Advice to assist disadvantaged people during the Coronavirus pandemic||£5,000|
|Caterham Foodbank||Funding toward the increase in demand for a foodbank service that is based in Caterham, during the COVID-19 pandemic||£5,000|
|College of St. Barnabas||Funding toward the purchasing of PPE for a residential care home, based in Tandridge, during the COVID-19 pandemic.||£4,885|
|Coronavirus Aid Chelsham, Farleigh and Warlingham||Funding for a voluntary group helping to support vulnerable people during the Coronavirus crisis||£5,000|
|Home-Start East Surrey||A contribution to core costs for charity supporting disadvantaged families with young children during the Coronavirus pandemic||£5,000|
|Jigsaw (South East)||Costs to providing remote support to grieving people across Surrey during the Coronavirus Pandemic||£5,000|
|Rape Crisis Surrey and Sussex||Funding for IT provision for a charity supporting victims of rape and abuse throughout the COVID-19 pandemic||£5,000|
|Tandridge Voluntary Action||Funding toward the overtime salary costs of a Voluntary Action, based in Tandridge, during the COVID-19 pandemic||£5,000|
|The Orpheus Centre Trust||Core cost support for centre supporting young disabled adults during the Covid-19 crisis||£5,000|
|The Orpheus Centre Trust||Funding towards new IT systems and equipment to enable safe and efficient online and face-to-face delivery of service at a school supporting the needs and education of young people with physical and cognitive disabilities||£25,000|
|Westway Community and Well Being Centre||Funding toward the expenses incurred by a charity, based in Tandridge, which allowed them to run an outreach hub, during the COVID-19 pandemic||£5,000|
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