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.

CharityProject DescriptionAmount 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.
Caleidoscope CICFunding 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 BureauMobile 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 FoodbankFunding 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.
Coronavirus Aid Chelsham, Farleigh and WarlinghamFunding 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
Jigsaw (South East)
Costs to providing remote support to grieving people across Surrey during the Coronavirus Pandemic
Rape Crisis Surrey and Sussex
Funding for IT provision for a charity supporting victims of rape and abuse throughout the COVID-19 pandemic
Tandridge Voluntary ActionFunding toward the overtime salary costs of a Voluntary Action, based in Tandridge, during the COVID-19 pandemic£5,000
The Orpheus Centre TrustCore 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
Westway Community and Well Being CentreFunding 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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