Kelly's Charity Events support charities local to the areas we serve. We choose pro-active charities who are working hard within the community to raise funds to enable them to continue with the vital services they provide.
Challengers is a Guildford and Farnham based charity dedicated to helping disabled children and their families.
They have a dynamic hard working team which is constantly seeking to raise their profile within the community and encourage corporate involvement.
Kelly's Charity Events have a close working relationship with Challengers and our events have raised ?55,000 for them to date.
For more information about Challengers, please visit their website: http://www.disability-challengers.org
Contact Sophie Colwell on 01483 230060 or email email@example.com to see if you can help.
Oakleaf is the only mental health charity in Surrey working as a social enterprise to provide vocational training for those suffering from mental health issues.
We offer training in horticulture, upholstery, IT and print finishing, enabling people to acquire new skills and ultimately return to work. Alongside these we offer a range of Social Inclusion Activities that cater towards building confidence, physical health and wellbeing.
Through their placement at Oakleaf, our clients are able to gain up-to-date qualifications, practical experience and increase their confidence levels.
Oakleaf also operates as a social enterprise, selling high quality upholstery, gardening and print finishing and fulfilment services at competitive rates.
Our aim at Cranleigh RDA is to provide the opportunity to horse ride to children and adults with a wide spectrum of disability, for therapy, achievement and to have fun.
The benefits of horse riding to the rider can be physical, such as improved muscle tone and posture, balance, co-ordination and flexibility and strength. Other less tangible things like improved confidence and self esteem, improved communication or ability to relate to others can also result. At our stables,Casi's Farm, parents and carers see their children achieving and having fun and find for themselves a forum for support and useful exchange. Its all good! We operate with the help of a very large number of committed volunteers. We need to raise funds every year for the upkeep of our horses, stables and our site so that we can continue to offer our service.
For over 35 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.
Cherry Trees is a lifeline for the families of more than 100 children and young people who are regularly cared for here. Without Cherry Trees there would be further stress and strain on the whole family.
During the last 10 years alone we have been booked for over 3,800 visits annually, helping a total of over 400 families.
We are very proud of the fact that 84 pence in every pound of our income goes to the care of the children and support of the families. We were delighted in 2015 to be recognised with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK.
George Abbot PTA
George Abbot School has a high academic reputation both within the county and nationally, with almost 2000 students enrolled currently.
The overall aim of the school is to promote excellence, personal achievement and the realisation of each student’s potential irrespective of gender, race or cultural background.
The PTA provides social occasions to meet other parents and also helps you find out what‘s going on, enabling you to become part of the school community and giving you the opportunity to have an input into decisions affecting the school. They also raise £20,000 a year to fund important extra resources to benefit the children.