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Local Charities
The saying goes Charity begins at home .So here is a list of LOCAL charities that need your support

Epsom Rotary Club
We are a vibrant club at the centre of the community of Epsom . We are involved in local community and international projects, organising social and fund raising events and supporting local charities and organisations, enjoying fun and friendship along the way. We are part of the Rotary family, having the motto "Service Above Self", with thousands of clubs world wide and well over a million members. Our club President this Rotary year commencing 1st July 2012 is Tony Axelrod and we look forward to supporting Tony in taking our club forward. A warm welcome awaits everyone who is interested in learning more about us. For more information visit our website or please contact Tony by phone or text on 07986 947974 or by Email at epsomrotary@live.co.uk.
The Children's Trust

The Children's Trust, Tadworth provides care, education, therapy and rehabilitation to children with multiple disabilities, complex health needs and acquired brain injury.Our services include the UK's largest paediatric brain injury rehabilitation centre, support in the community for children and young people with acquired brain injury (ABI), The School for Profound Education for pupils with profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), short breaks, transitional, palliative and long-term nursing care. Please visit our site for more details.

Epsom Medical Equipment Fund was formed in 1979 as has raised over £3 million to buy importand items for Epsom General Hospital. Helped by a small band of volunteers the fund was founded by Bess Harding MBE. The main funding is via a series of Car Boots hels at Epsom Hospital details can b found on their site. All funds raised is spent on equipment solely for use at Epsom General Hospital. Please visits our site to see how you can help.
Epsom Canine Rescue
Epsom Canine Rescue was formed as a registered charity in 1995, and our work is carried out by a handful of dedicated volunteers in their spare time - we have no paid staff.  Where possible all of our dogs prior torehoming are neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped. Would you like to help us help dogs? Then why not consider sponsoring a dog? We also have a number of other ways you can help. Just visit our website for more information.
Friends Of Shooting Star Chase Hospice
Shooting Star CHASE is your local children’s hospice charity caring for over 600 families living in western London, Surrey and West Sussex. We aim to make every day count for children and teenagers with life-limiting conditions, and their families. Our services are available 365 days a year, and families receive our support free of charge, in their own homes and communities and at our two children’s hospices. We need to find £23,000 a day to provide all these vital services.
For local info contact Foc-epsomandchessington@live.co.uk or visit the National website
Epsom Hospital Radio

Epsom Hospital Radio is staffed by volunteers who constantly seek to entertain the patients and staff of Epsom General Hospital.Epsom Hospital Radio serves the patients of Epsom General Hospital, which covers a large area including Epsom, Ewell, Ashtead, Leatherhead, Stoneleigh, Esher, Oxshott, Cheam, Sutton, Chessington and Banstead.Whether you have just left Epsom General Hospital, or will be spending some time there in the near future, we hope this website will provide some usefull information about what we do. Epsom Hospital Radio can be found on the hospital's internal Hospedia broadcasting system, and we are free of charge to listen to.The website aims to provide a little information about our radio station, the programmes that patients staying in the hospital can listen to, as well as the presenters that bring them to you.For more information about Epsom Hospital Radio, including pictures that our members are taking in and around the studio during their shows and at outside broadcasts and other events we provide the music for, and also to find out about events we'll be doing in the future, Visit our website.

Surrey Sands

Surrey Sands is an organisation which can offer you support when your baby dies during pregnancy or after birth.
The death of a baby is a devastating experience. The effects of grief can be overwhelming and parents, their families and friends can be left feeling dazed, disorientated, isolated and exhausted. It can be hard to take in information, to make decisions or to imagine how you are going to cope. At Sands there are people who understand what it's like because many of us have been through this experience ourselves, and we are here to help offer support and information when you need it.

The Friends of Epsom Hospital

The Friends of Epsom Hospital was formed in 1958 to provide amenities, equipment and voluntary services to the hospital.Since then we have raised over £2 million which has been used in a variety of ways, from purchasing vital laser and coronary care equipment to refurbishing doctors' and nurses' accomodation.Volunteers can help in a wide range of areas, such as delivering newspapers to wards, working in the Friends’ Shop, on outpatients desk, and in the library.We also have volunteer befrienders who work on the wards, helping to feed patients, make beds and give patients somebody to talk to.

If you run a charity and are not listed please send us your details to info@whatsoninepsom.com


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