We have to date awarded £170,263 to charities and community groups across Waverley. A full list of the grants awarded in the borough from our Coronavirus Response Fund can be found below.

CharityProject DescriptionAmount Awarded
40 Degreez Centre
Essential Running Costs for a charity providing youth work to support vulnerable young people in Farnham.
Brightwell's Gostrey CentreFunding toward an organisation that offers a delivery meal service to the elderly and isolated in the Farnham area, during the COVID-19 pandemic£5,000
Brightwell's Gostrey Centre
Funding for 6 months of the Community Meals Service supporting older people who are isolating during the Coronavirus pandemic
Care Ashore
Funding to purchase a range of new/replacement equipment and volunteer costs to provide activities for 47 retired seaman who now find themselves isolated in their care home
Citizens Advice WaverleyIT provision for a Citizen's Advice to offer support to people in Waverley during the Coronavirus pandemic£4,759
Creative Response Arts
Funding to provide art-based therapy to people suffering from mental health concerns alongside other disabilities.
Farncombe Day Centre LtdEquipment costs for a 'Meals on Wheels' service catering for sheltered older people during the Coronavirus pandemic£1,888
Farncombe Day Centre Ltd
Funding toward the provision of Safety screens, PPE for volunteers, Infra-Red thermometer, cleaning and sanitising equipment to allow the provision of meal at the centre and disposable packaging for the continuation of the meals-on-wheels service.
Farnham Maltings Association LimitedFunding toward a helpline and meals-on-wheels delivery services available in Farnham, during the COVID-19 pandemic£4,000
Godalming Town Council
Funding toward the essential running costs of a Community Store based in Godalming during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Hale Community Centre
Funding for a community store in Hale, an area which has high levels of deprivation. The shop will enable residents to borrow or swap items that they would otherwise be unable to have access to.
Hale Community Centre - Community Cupboard
Funding toward establishment of a Community Cupboard to compliment foodbank provision in a community struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic
Haslemere Educational Museum
Funding toward the essential running costs, salary costs and material costs for a museum in Haslemere, to continue their outreach to the local community.
Haslewey (Haslemere & District Community Centre)Costs of delivering meals to isolated older people in Haslemere£5,000
Haslewey (Haslemere & District Community Centre)
Funding to support a Community Centre who support older people amid the Coronavirus pandemic
Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre
Funding toward the essential running costs of an organisation that helps identify and then support people with dyslexia, based in Farnham, during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Home-Start Waverley
A contribution to essential running costs for a charity supporting families with young children facing wide-ranging difficulties.
I'm all earsFunding to provide 190 hours of free counselling to people in Waverley who are struggling during the Coronavirus pandemic£4,750
Jigsaw Trust
Funding to install a temporary building to allow for social-distancing in a school specialising in supporting children with Autism amid the Coronavirus pandemic
Leonard Cheshire Disability
Funding toward the purchasing of PPE equipment for the staff of a Care Home, based in Godalming, which is run by a national charity, during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Smart Cranleigh CIC
Costs of an online emotional support helpline and a weekly newspaper for older people in the community
South West Surrey Domestic Abuse Service
Funding for a Domestic Abuse charity to support children as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic
St Marks Community Centre
Funding for a foodbank to support disadvantaged people during the Coronavirus pandemic
Stopgap Dance Company LtdFunding toward the salary of 4 freelance dance teachers for an organisation, based in Waverley, that brings together children with physical disabilities and helps them to learn to dance, during the COVID-19 pandemic£4,000
The Meath Epilepsy TrustFunding toward the purchase of equipment to keep residents' mobility and cognitive conditioning up, whilst being able to entertain their residents, for a charity that works with people who have complex epilepsy and severe physical and learning difficulties, during the COVID-19 pandemic£5,000
The Meath Epilepsy Trust
Funding toward the purchase of separate changing facilities for staff in a residential care home in Godalming that supports people with severe epilepsy.
The Meath Epilepsy Trust
Funding for a Fitness Instructor to work disabled people with complex needs amid the Coronavirus pandemic
The Meath Epilepsy Trust
Funding toward the costs of enabling a charity, that works with people who have complex epilepsy and severe physical and learning difficulties, to fully open their facilities in Godalming, during the early stages of recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Woodlarks Centre
Funding toward the purchase of equipment and physiotherapy sessions, for an organisation, based in Waverley, that houses those with learning disabilities, during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three Counties Money Advice ( a Partner of Frontline Debt Advice UK)
Funding toward the purchase of equipment that will enable a financial advise organisation in Waverley to work from home and continue their essential support services.
Waverley Hoppa Community Transport
Funding for 3 months of Personal Protective Equipment for a transport charity supporting elderly, disabled and/or vulnerable people
Yateley Industries For The Disabled
Funding towards equipment to protect people with disabilities during the Coronavirus pandemic


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