OUR CHARITY PARTNERS…
Every month at every Surrey Farmers Market we have a Charity Tea Tent, with a wonderful array of home made cakes, and biscuits available along with hot and cold drinks. The Tea Tent is hosted by our kind volunteers and all proceeds raised are donated to our named Charity Partner.
Please check out some of our dedicated tea tent partners below:
Rescue Remedies has been operating for 15 years by volunteers from all walks of life. As a rescue they stick by their dogs and do whatever it takes to secure them a forever home. Providing care and love to each and every dog whilst they are with them and applying a rigorous process to secure them the right home.
The League of friends supports the work of the hospital, through hands-on practical work and fund- raising to provide comforts and facilities for patients in order to make their stay in hospital as pleasant as possible.
Formed in 1975, The National Eczema Society has two principle aims; Firstly, to provide people with independent and practical advice about treating and managing eczema; Secondly, to raise awareness of the needs of eczema sufferers with healthcare professionals, teachers and the government. Read more…
Guide Dogs provides vital mobility services to blind and partially sighted people; these services include guide dogs, “buddy” dogs, “my guide” sighted guiding and white cane training. “We will not rest until people who are blind and partially sighted can enjoy the same freedom of movement as everyone else”
The Guide Dog service receives no Government funding
Last month we were raising funds for Action.
Today in the UK, there are hundreds of thousands of sick and disabled children who need help. Action Medical Research find and fund the best research to help these children but can only do this with your support, find out more at action.org.uk
A registered charity assists disabled people to enjoy greater independence and a better quality of life through the help of specially trained dogs.
Parkinson’s affects 1 in 350 adults in the UK, around 145,000 in all, with 1in 20 diagnosed before they are 40. It is the second most common degenerative neurological condition after Alzheimer’s.