Girlguiding Epsom Division is part of Girlguiding UK – the leading charity for girls and young women in the UK. The Division is divided into four districts which include the town of Epsom plus surrounding areas of Ewell Village, Ewell Court, Cuddington and Stoneleigh.
We are a friendly, forward looking Division and our aim is to provide the best Girlguiding and life opportunities for all our members. We give girls and young women a space where they can be themselves, have fun, build brilliant friendships, gain valuable life skills and make a positive difference to their lives and communities.
After a warm welcome and a conversation around your particular requirements you will be given time and support to enable you to gain the skills you need.
We can offer you 1:1 compassionate coaching, help and support with job searching, CV drafting, interview preparation and basic IT skills to support your job searching successfully.
If you are on benefits and going into work you may need advice.
Age Concern Epsom & Ewellis a local independent community charity. We are focused on empowering older people in the Borough of Epsom & Ewell to live the most fulfilling lives they can and have been doing so since 1947.We provide many services including Information and Advice, Medical Transport, Foot Clinic, Social Support and Befriending to those who feel isolated and lonely.None of our services would be possible without our dedicated and wonderful team of staff and volunteers, as well as the support of our local community.
Racing Welfare is the only charity that supports all of racing’s people – including stud, stable and racecourse staff, alongside those working in associated professions – from their recruitment right through into retirement. The charity provides a wide range of advice and guidance services, all of which are completely confidential and non-judgmental. Support is available for a wide range of life’s challenges, including physical health, mental health, bereavement, careers advice, housing, money advice, illness, addiction, relationships and retirement. Racing Welfare’s services are nationally accessible with offices in all of the main racing centres and roving Welfare Officers covering the whole of the country.
Racing’s Support Line, a multi-channel support platform, allows people to contact the charity online as well as through a 24hr telephone line. Self-help resources can be found at www.support.racingwelfare.co.uk
The Sunnybank Trust supports adults with learning disabilities to say what they want and live the life they choose.
We offer a range of services, including free impartial advocacy, regular clubs and social activities and a transition programme for young adults leaving education.