Crossroads Care Surrey pledge to work with the wider community to support more vulnerable people who may have care needs and are under strict self-isolation without the help and support of friends, family or neighbours.
On Saturday, 14th March Frimley Community Centre will play host to a very special charity race night fundraiser in support of Crossroads Care Surrey, organised by local carer Kathleen Gibson
On 29th February, Crossroads Care Surrey are hosting a recruitment information day for prospective people who aspire to work with children who have special needs, including disability, illness or learning differences.
We work to place all unpaid carers at the heart of all we do. Today marks Young Carers Awareness Day and we pledge to join forces with others to raise awareness of the exceptional challenges Young Carers face everyday.
A very big thank you to the West Byfleet community who have actively supported carers to have vital respite time away from caring as part of Waitrose West Byfleet Community Matters project. Over the very busy Christmas period, shoppers took time out to collectively give support to unpaid carers by giving their green tokens to support our work in their community raising an incredible £410.00.
At Crossroads Adult Clubs in Surrey the tables were turned this week thanks to a £500 grant from Carers Trust towards getting older carers together for Christmas.
Crossroads Care Surrey hosted their Annual General Meeting on 7th November 2019 inviting their membership, staff, key supporters and local dignitaries.
Elmbridge Road Runners wanted to do something amazing for the community in and around where they run. They decided to take on a fundraising challenge supporting our children’s club which is based in Walton-on-Thames raising a whopping £1,500.
By supporting our work in memory of a loved one or through leaving a small legacy or gift in your will, you will be helping Crossroads Care Surrey to reach more carers who need a respite break in order to continue their caring role.
More than 80 unpaid carers of children with disabilities and other complex health needs will be able to take regular short breaks, thanks to a grant from Surrey freemasons.