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.
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.
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.
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.