We are so incredibly grateful to everyone who supports, donates, volunteers or takes part in fundraising events. Your amazing efforts make our work for the children possible.
In recent months, we’ve been overwhelmed by the special kindness shown by our local supporters. You’ve pulled together to care for us, as we care for the children here at Tadworth during these difficult times. Here are just a few examples.
Morrisons at Bell Street Reigate, has been delivering groceries and other supplies to our door. It’s not only convenient but also means our team members don’t need to venture off site. They’ve also donated 100 Easter eggs.
Asda at Burgh Heath has given our staff priority shopping slots with all other key workers. They have given us arts and crafts materials for the children too.
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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is essential for our frontline team who care for the most vulnerable children. So it’s vital that we have adequate supplies of PPE and lots of local supporters and companies have stepped up to help.
At the last count, we’ve had 18,983 items donated, and more has been given to us since then. Some of these included multiple items of PPE, such as boxes of gloves – we’re so grateful.
Toyota Croydon lent a courtesy car to one of our doctors so that they didn’t need to use public transport, we’ve had coffee from Costa Coffee and Starbucks, six Kindle Fire Tablets, plus Easter eggs, food and toiletries from Dons Local Action Group – plus lots of supporters have donated Easter eggs, toiletries and snacks to keep our staff going.