Kelly's Run Together Apart- (May) 2020
- 30 May 2020
A VIRTUAL fundraising event for May ( several charities to choose from)
There is no entry fee for this VIRTUAL event but we welcome voluntary donations to charity from participants – please see the drop down menu.
There is no entry fee for this virtual event but we have suggested a mininmum voluntary donation of just £5 for all distances. We would like to encourage you to choose a larger donation from the drop down menu if you can in order to help the charities through this difficult time. Please don't forget to add Gift Aid if you are eligible. Thank you!
100% OF ALL YOUR MONEY DONATED ON THIS WEBSITE GOES DIRECTLY TO CHARITY
The Event has now taken place
You can still register on the site and be informed by email of forthcoming events.
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Online donation giving is still open! Please give generously and help us reach our target!
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING A KELLY'S CHARITY EVENT
Remember to tick the Gift Aid box if applicable so the charity can claim an additional 25% at no extra cost to you.
100% of the money you donate on this website will go directly to charity. We make no deductions at all and charge no transaction fees.
Raising money for
For over 40 years Cherry Trees in East Clandon has provided home from home respite care for children and young people with severe learning and physical disabilities. All our children are vulnerable and need very special care. These children are best looked after at home but sometimes their families need a break. Cherry Trees offers professional care in a safe and loving environment, where every child is valued for who they are.
Whilst mental health has become a ‘hot-topic’ over the last few years, Oakleaf have been working tirelessly to support some of the most vulnerable adults in the Surrey community since 1997. Their beneficiaries are adults aged 16-67 suffering from any mental illness, including schizophrenia, depression, bi-polar disorder and anxiety. They address multiple problems of social isolation, unemployment, poverty and discrimination that their clients face. They help clients to overcome huge barriers and work with them to rebuild their future - by actively training, engaging and supporting them to gain practical skills and the confidence needed to return to the workplace.
In 2019, Oakleaf supported over 720 individuals in the Surrey community, helping 75 people back into employment. Their support made 84% of clients feel more confident and 91% of clients feel less isolated.