When you help us, you are helping unlock potential in young people and adults by inspiring them to aim for brighter futures through training, education, mentoring and volunteering.
Surrey Care Trust’s role is to enable people overcome the disadvantage of low skills, poor educational achievement, limited opportunities and tough financial circumstances.
By joining in our events, making a donation or volunteering your time, you are supporting people in nurturing skills for life, work and learning and helping them move in a positive direction, so they feel more hopeful and confident about the future.
We aren’t just talking about helping people with the skills they need for employment, although that is very important.
We also want to help them deal more confidently with all aspects of their lives, to feel they can support and encourage their children, and to be motivated to get involved in the wider community.
Not only do individuals benefit personally from our work, but we believe that the wider community also gains when people are better equipped to make a positive contribution to society in all kinds of ways.
It’s worth getting out of bed in the morning now.” Jason who is recovering from a brain injury, has recently started volunteering on the environmental conservation programme run from our Swingbridge2 enviroboat.
I know that burying your head in the sand doesn’t make the problems go away, it just makes them worse. Sian’s support has really helped to turn our lives around; Jordan has a great set of friends, a lovely girlfriend and is really enjoying his college course and I can see the positive effects on the girls already. Seeing the change in the children through the mentoring is helping me to feel more confident about my future too. ” Kerry’s family were supported by our mentoring service
WHO ARE ARE AND WHAT WE DO You can call us on 01483 426990