Our Trustees awarded Home- Start with a grant of £1,040 to pay for accommodation and craft equipment in Farnham. The grant will help the organisation to help families with children aged under 5 who need additional support.
We recently provided a grant of just over £1,300 to Surrey Drug and Alcohol Care. The organisation provides essential counselling to Farnham residents who require support.
At our recent meeting we agreed to support Hale Carnival with a £2,000 grant to purchase a sack truck and trolley, provide a disabled toilet and provide children’s entertainment.
Voluntary group The Badshot Lea Bloomers opened a community garden at the kiln with our support and at our recent meeting we agreed to provide £1,000 towards a new and much needed shed.
Creative Response is a Farnham based charity offering arts-based workshops for people experiencing mental health, learning and physical difficulties. At our latest meeting we awarded a grant of £450 to help cover the costs of a new printer.
We’re delighted that the Farnham Institute Charity is once again a Silver Sponsor for Farnham in Bloom. We have provided £750 to help ensure this colourful event is a success.
Challengers have a fantastic summer events programme and we’ve granted £2,000 to help cover the cost of activities for disabled children and young people.
The team at Woodlarks Camp Site have big plans to update the camp kitchen to modern standards and with wheelchair access. Our Trustees have pledged £3,000 towards the costs.
Farnham Youth Choir recently requested a grant to help cover the cost of hiring storage for all their music and props. We have granted £1,250.
We have granted the Helen Arkell charity £1,000 towards fire security within their new West Street venue in Farnham, Surrey.
£1,000 has been set aside to contribute towards the cost of the major Farnham Herald archive project.
We have provided Headway with a grant of £1,000 towards their valuable work with Farnham residents who have suffered brain injuries.
We recently provided grants to several local schools to help cover the costs of education trips for pupils. These include Highfield, Potters Gate and the Abbey School, Farnham.
£600 has been pledged to to help cover the costs of updating the Farnham Assist website – an organisation which supports our elderly community.
We recently donated a grant of £1,000 to Waverley Hoppa Community Transport to help cover the costs of a new electric minibus.
We are pleased to support Step by Step and recently provided the local charity with a grant of £500 that will benefit local young people facing homelessness.
This year a £1000 grant will help to fund a fantastic dance programme for local disabled young people, organised by Stopgap Dance Company.
We delighted to support Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care in Farnham and have provided a grant of £1,250 to cover the cost of two laptop carts, benefitting staff who consult with patients.
Our Trustees are supporting the popular Farnham Festival of Transport 2023, with a grant of £1200. This will help to ensure this community event is a success.
We have donated £1000 towards the Surrey Drug and Alcohol care programme which operates locally.
We have donated £2,000 towards setting up Powerchair football facilities at Heath End School. It is a unique sport that provides opportunities for people with a high level of impairment to enjoy the game.
Trustees recently granted £1,000 to the Herons Way Campsite in Tilford to help cover the costs of a nature reserve.
Rowledge Tennis Club is planning to build a replacement club house and our Trustees have granted £2,440 towards a new kitchen.
Farnham Voices Together Community Choir is open to everyone regardless of singing ability and a request for £650 was granted at our recent meeting.
Our Trustees recently pledged £4,500 towards much needed fencing to surround the proposed enlargement of the Brambleton Hall Community Centre. The hall is used by many for social events and activities.
Trustees awarded a grant of £2,855 to Hale Academy to help cover the costs of maths resources and new play storage for the nursery and reception children.
Trustees pledged £1,000 to Space To Grow to help cover the costs of building a bigger shed for the organisations popular ‘Men in Sheds’ initiative.
1st Rowledge Guides needed to replace their storage shed and our Trustees awarded them £1,500 to cover the costs.
Our Trustees made a grant to the Farnham Cricket Club to fund new boundary ropes costing £1,062. The Club was one of the first to be founded in England and is one of the best-known Surrey Clubs.
The Bishops Meadow Trust, a local charitable organisation, has just been awarded a grant of £1,899 to purchase a ride on mower. The aim of the charity is to manage the meadow, increase bio-diversity and make sure it is an enjoyable place for the local community.
We are delighted to support the new girls Bourne Blades football team and recently provided a grant of £1,000. The girls now have the kit required for their matches.
Farnham Scouts have been promoting their latest theme ‘going bananas ‘ at the Tilford activity Centre which needs its kitchen updated. Trustees have granted £2,226 towards fitting out the kitchen.