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Charities we Support

The Arbuthnot Hall is a thriving community facility, located on the Green at the heart of Shamley Green. The Arts and Crafts building, designed by the architect Charles Harrison Townsend, was given to Shamley Green as a village asset and community hall in 1905.

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Operating out of Redhill Aerodrome and headquartered in Rochester, KSS provides world-leading pre-hospital emergency care whenever and wherever required to save lives and to enable the best possible patient outcomes.  Covering Kent, Surrey and Sussex, KSS serves a population of 4.8 million plus those who travel through the area – making it one of the busiest services in the UK. 

Its crews of pilots, doctors and paramedics fly over 2,500 missions a year, and it was the first, and only, UK Air Ambulance to operate its helicopters 24/7.

Shamley Green Parochial Church Council (PCC)

Shamley Green PCC helps children and young people as well as the elderly and people with disabilities, and other charities or voluntary bodies in Surrey.

Shamley Green Village Care

Shamley Green Village Care is a voluntary service providing assistance to those in need in the local area.  It provides transport to hospitals, GP surgeries, shops, day centres as well as collecting prescriptions and shopping.

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Wonersh and Shamley Green Primary School

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Wonersh and Shamley Green Church of England Primary School is a nurturing, inclusive community providing an excellent education for the children in their care. The school is set in idyllic natural surroundings with six acres of grounds in the beautiful Surrey Hills, and offers children a safe and secure learning environment, with wonderful woodlands nearby to explore.

Disability Challengers

Disability Challengers provide play and leisure opportunities for disabled children and young people. They offer a wide range of fun activities for children and young people to take part in. The breadth of activities provided mean that they can offer disabled young people something to do and somewhere to go from the age of 2 to 25. The Play Schemes are typically based around ‘free play’ where they encourage and support children to make free choices about the activities they take part in. Their Youth and Young Adult Schemes are caring, relaxed and friendly places where disabled young people can make friends, try new activities or just hang out

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Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice

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Phyllis Tuckwell is the only Hospice Care service for adult patients and their families, across the whole of West Surrey and part of North East Hampshire.

They provide a range of free services to ensure that adult patients and families living with an advanced or terminal illness (such as cancer, heart, lung or neurological disease) can make the most of their lives…because every day is precious.

Within their two key services of Living Well and Hospice Care at Home, their Community team gives patients, their families and carers, access to high quality, compassionate care in the place they most want to be…at home, or in their care home or community hospital and at day sessions in the Hospice and Beacon Centre.

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Surrey Scouts consists of 14,341 young people between the ages of 6-25, assisted by 4,813 adult volunteers across 176 Scout Groups! With over 200 activities and 19 visits abroad this year, it’s fair to say we experience adventure everyday!

Explorer Scouts includes the Young Leaders’ Scheme, where young people are able to take on a leadership role in one of the younger sections.

There is wider scope for activities like offshore sailing, campaigning, performing, parascending, mountaineering and expeditions.

HVP Nepal

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HVPN-UK  is a volunteer led socio-educational organisation that provides practical support and financial assistance to help the work of the Hindu Vidyapeeth (HVP) movement in Nepal

They seek to build a strong future for Nepal through schools and community projects based on Human Values Philosophy channeling all funds raised towards valuable work in Nepal

I - India

The principal mission of I-India, established in Jaipur, is to provide basic needs, love and dignified living conditions for children and communities living in extreme poverty. Their vocational education and training program, called Ladli, is designed to help the impoverished gain valuable employment skills and income as a path towards self-determination. Ladli is supported by many different organisations worldwide.

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Abha and Prabhakar Goswami made an inspired choice over 20 years ago to establish I-India. What started off as the delivery of a handful of meals to street children is now an integrated model successfully solving human rights issues at the grassroots level.

Toilet Twinning run by Tearfund

Tearfund supports projects in some of the world’s poorest communities that will enable families to build a basic toilet, have access to clean water and learn about hygiene – a vital combination that saves lives. They work with local partners to set up sustainable water systems such as solar-powered water pumps and gravity-fed tanks.

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Without proper toilets and clean water, people are trapped in a vicious cycle. They are likely to become sick through sanitation-related diseases, and illness means they cannot work or farm their land, so they earn less or grow less food. The children often miss school, because they are sick or because they’re busy collecting water.

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