Finding charities in your area that offer support
There are many charities and networks in Surrey offering help support and advice to residents. From counselling, befriending, specialist health support, mental health support, helping with financial issues or foodbanks to name a few.
- Health and welfare support
- Surrey Information Point
- Healthy Surrey
- Surrey Ethnic Minority Forum
- Surrey Gypsy Traveller Communities Forum
- Surrey Armed Forces Covenant
- Surrey Coalition of Disabled People
- Sight for Surrey
- Age UK
- Citizens Advice Bureau
- Community Foundation Surrey – Donations
Health and Welfare Support
Whether it's financial, health or general welfare information we can point you in the right direction:
Surrey Information Point
Surrey Information Point is a website for Surrey residents and their families. It provides details of care, housing and accommodation, community and health information, money matters, support getting around your area, things to do and support services.
Healthy Surrey is a health and wellbeing website that helps you find self care information, as well as signposting to local services and available to you as a Surrey resident.
Surrey Community Action
Surrey Community Action work with a wide range of statutory and voluntary organisations to provide advice and support to the voluntary, community and faith sector as well as running projects within communities across Surrey.
Surrey Minority Ethnic Forum
Surrey Minority Ethnic Forum (SMEF) supports and represents the needs and aspirations of a growing ethnic minority population in Surrey.
They provide support for over 50 grassroot community groups, build relationships between faith groups, and run projects to help black and minoritized ethnic people across the county to feel a part of their community, improve their wellbeing and learn new skills for work and life.
Surrey Gypsy Traveller Communities Forum
The SGTCF management committee work to strive for a better future for Gypsy, Roma, Traveller families within Surrey.
Surrey Armed Forces Covenant
The Armed Forces Covenant is a promise from the nation ensuring that those who serve or have served and their families, are treated fairly. The aim of the Covenant is to ensure that no member of the armed forces community should face disadvantage in the provision of public services compared to any other citizen.
Surrey Coalition of Disabled People
The aim of the Surrey Coalition is to campaign and promote the rights of Disabled people to have equality of opportunity and to live independently. We feel it is vital that disability is on everyone’s agenda when decisions are being made.
Sight for Surrey
Sight for Surrey are here for you and your family, delivering specialist, hands-on, practical services tailored to your needs. We want to inspire you to take the small steps today and achieve the breakthroughs tomorrow.
Age UK Surrey offers lots of Services for older people and their carers.
Citizens Advice Bureau
Citizens Advice is a national charity and network of local charities that offer confidential advice online, over the phone, and in person, for free.
Community Foundation Surrey – Donations
The Community Foundation for Surrey (CFS) is an independent charitable foundation that brings together people and organisations who wish to give to the community with voluntary organisations.
CFS support hundreds of community groups across Surrey every year with funding from their donors. If you are able to donate your time or funding, you can find more information on their website.