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How caring impacts lives

Every carer knows how easily the tasks involved in caring for a loved one can grow to fill the time available. It’s easy to see why. The people we care for are our nearest and dearest and we want [...]

Surrey Freemasons give £18,000 grant to support local carers

CROSSROADS CARE SURREY has been generously awarded a grant of £18,000 from the MCF, The Freemasons’ Charity, with funds raised by Surrey Freemasons locally. The much-needed funds will support the charity’s community volunteer befriending and outreach support programme. The project [...]

Challenging times for unpaid carers

Times are challenging for those who care, and the situation is set to get worse following a report by the UK Government outlining how caring is a social determinant of health. Unpaid carers provide support for loved ones which [...]

Companionship at Home

Caring, or being cared for, can be lonely and socially isolating at times. Many people may not live near their families, or might not be able to go out and attend social groups or classes like they used to. However [...]

Caring Behind Closed Doors During a Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the lives of unpaid carers and those they care for. Research from Carers UK has found that 4 in 5 unpaid carers (81%) are currently providing more care than before [...]

Be a different kind of volunteer

Have you ever thought about being a volunteer, but not sure what you could do? At Crossroads Care there are different volunteer roles to suit everyone, depending on your skills and the time you have available to offer. Volunteers [...]

Being a Trustee

Have you ever thought about becoming a trustee, but not too sure what it entails? Read our blog and find out more about the vital role that trustees have within a charity, and what the benefits are of becoming one.  What is a trustee?  A [...]

Hidden Carers need flexibility at work

It is expected millions of working carers could be forced to quit their jobs if faced with new or increased levels of caring responsibility at home. With 3 in every 10 UK employees expected to be caring, experts are calling [...]

Nina’s Story

A Carer Support worker at Crossroads Care Surrey, Nina O'Brien shares her experiences of providing care for those who care during Covid-19

100 Free Wills

The Goodwill Partnership can help you make a Will in the comfort of your own home and Crossroads will pay for the first 100 Wills. Now's the time to put your affairs in order, it's as easy as 1, 2, 3.

The Importance of a Will

Many people put off writing a will because it's not something we like to think about. Find out why writing your Will is important

Care Giving

For many unpaid carers, the last few months haven't been easy. This Carers Week, Crossroads Care Surrey pledge to #MakeCaringVisible for more people who care for loved ones unpaid.

Carers Week 2020

For many unpaid carers, the last few months haven't been easy. This Carers Week, Crossroads Care Surrey pledge to #MakeCaringVisible for more people who care for loved ones unpaid.

Race Night in Frimley

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

Young Carers Awareness Day

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.

Carers in West Byfleet supported by Waitrose Community Matters

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.

In Memory of your loved one

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.

Care to join a local lottery?

Joining a lottery linked to your local authority means you can support a cause which is important to you locally to where you live, but also support the wider community too.

Taking time out as a Carer

Looking after loved ones, including family or friends is demanding. It can be a round-the-clock, seven days a week responsibility so often finding time to get away to simply have a few short hours respite time is difficult and we understand that.

A Carer making a difference

Tomorrow, Ruksha and her family will head to Skegness to pay their respects as it’s been a year since her grandfather sadly died. Her Grandfather was laid to rest there, so a small intimate family gathering in the sea-side town will take place in his memory.

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