Charities

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I make and sell gemstone jewellery to raise money for charity. I donate all the profit from jewellery sales and am currently working with The Sunnybank Trust, Epsom Riding for the Disabled Association, The Grange Centre at Bookham and Age Concern Epsom and Ewell. Please contact me if you are interested in booking my stall for your charity fundraiser.

Conquest Art is a Charity, inspiring people with disabilities and long term health issues to discover their creative energy and build self-confidence through art.

Ewell Group – meets every Monday from 1-4pm at Christ Church Ewell, Cheam Road, Ewell, KT17 1AD.

Epsom Group – meets every Tuesday from 2-4pm at the Epsom Methodist Church, Ashley Road, Epsom, KT18 5AQ.

Stoneleigh Group – meets every Monday from 2-4pm at Stoneleigh Methodist Church, Stoneleigh Crescent, Epsom, KT19 0RT.

Why not come along, your first session would be free and thereafter there would be a nominal charge of £1 per week, all art materials and refreshments are provided and you would receive a very warm welcome. Absolutely no art experience is necessary, just come and join us.

For further information on becoming a member or volunteer please contact us.

Carers of Epsom has been supporting Carers in the local community for nearly 30 years. We are a registered charity offering free active support to unpaid Carers in Banstead, Epsom and Ewell. In addition we offer a moving and handling advice service for Carers, which covers the wider area of East Elmbridge and Mole Valley as well.

Our branch of Cats Protection covers the postcodes KT5, KT6, KT9, KT17-23, SM7 and RH3-5, and we do whatever we can to care for and rehome stray & unwanted cats & kittens in those areas.
Whenever we take in a cat for re-homing they are vet checked, spayed/neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. They are then placed into safe & secure cat cabins in the home of one of our fosterers until a new, perfect owner can be found. Some cats are homed on a 'direct re-home' basis from their existing homes. This means it’s a less traumatic experience for the cat and also means we can find new homes for more cats. All new prospective owners receive a home visit.
We are totally self-funding and rely solely on donations from generous cat lovers and our fundraising events to keep us afloat. You can help us by becoming a member for only £8 a year or by going to https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Epsom-Cats-Protection - and please visit our Facebook page for regular updates - https://www.facebook.com/cp.epsom. Thank You!!

Epsom Canine Rescue was formed as a registered charity in 1995, and our work is carried out by a handful of dedicated volunteers in their spare time – we have no paid staff. Where possible all of our dogs prior torehoming are neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped. Would you like to help us help dogs? Then why not consider sponsoring a dog? We also have a number of other ways you can help. Just visit our website for more information.

Epsom Medical Equipment Fund was formed in 1979 as has raised over £3 million to buy importand items for Epsom General Hospital. Helped by a small band of volunteers the fund was founded by Bess Harding MBE. The main funding is via a series of Car Boots hels at Epsom Hospital details can b found on their site. All funds raised is spent on equipment solely for use at Epsom General Hospital. Please visits our site to see how you can help.

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A club for young people aged 8 to 16 years, with inclusive activities for people with and without disabilities. At weekly club evenings we do sports, arts, games, dance and crafts. There is a programme of outings and events with an annual activity holiday.

01372 729492
Children

Shooting Star Chase is a leading children’s hospice charity caring for babies, children and young people with life-limiting conditions, and their families.

Whether lives are measured in days, weeks, months or years, we are here to make every moment count. We support families from diagnosis to end of life and throughout bereavement with a range of nursing, practical, emotional and medical care.

Empowering people with learning disabilities to be included in their community, to develop relationships and to be respected through:

- Inclusion – weekly drama group and social club hosting varied activities alongside a café, arts and crafts corner and a quiet space.

- Friendship – volunteer penfriends and 1-2-1 befrienders.

- Advodacy – volunteer Advocates support people to have their voices heard, choices respected, and to access appropriate support.