Small Charity Week celebrates and raises awareness of the essential work of the UK’s small charity sector who make an invaluable contribution to the lives of millions of individuals, communities and causes across the UK and the rest of the world.

To celebrate Small Charities Week in Sutton we have been talking to grassroots organisations that are making a difference in their local areas.
If you want to find out more about small charities in Sutton, why not have a look at what we did in 2018 

 

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This year let's find out more about the groups below

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EcoLocal’s cycling activities are good fun, sociable and a great way to get some exercise! They run regular inclusive cycling sessions for adults and those aged 14+, who would like an opportunity to experience cycling, learn to ride, regain cycling confidence, improve cycling skills, socialise and get gentle exercise in safe off-road environment.

 

 

Free Cakes for Kids Sutton is a community project donating delicious home baked cakes to children whose families are unable to provide one

 

Fallen Angels Sutton

Fun weekly over 50s drama sessions every Thursday 2 - 4pm at Wallington United Reformed Church, Stanley Park Road. 

 

 

Gary Mason, former British Heavyweight boxing champion, started as a ‘not-for-profit’ Rhythmical Empowerment Group to help people in the community of all ages access the therapeutic benefits of hand drumming using traditional African drums. 

The Gary Mason Charity was set up in Gary’s Memory, with the approval of Gary’s family, to continue the work he had started in providing workshops using hand drums and other percussion instruments.

 

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Wallington Community Wellbeing Group aim is to provide information about group and leisure activities for adults living in the Wallington Area.

 

Bananas Art and the Tennis Recovery Group 

Bananas Art and The Tennis Recovery Group both groups are user led and provide support for adults that have experienced mental health distress.

 

 The Dreaming Tree Project 

The Dreaming Tree Project is a local charity for the Deaf Community in Sutton. Providing services for the Deaf Community from 0-99.
Promoting deaf awareness through education and training.