Our Funding

Stripey Stork rely on grants and donations to help meet our operational costs.

We are grateful to the following groups and individuals who have provided support to date:

2016/2017

The Netherby Trust – funding over two years to meet our rental towards and towards recruiting two part time members of staff

Community Foundation for Surrey – a grant from the Bryn Siriol Fund towards our rental costs.

Merstham Millennium Trust – a grant to pay salary costs for a part time member of staff.

 

2015/2016

Reigate & Banstead Borough Council – core funding allocation towards our rental costs

Gatwick Airport Community Trust – funding for our ‘pramsformation’ project

Galaxy Hot Chocolate – £300 grant

Pampers UK – £1000 #BetterForBaby grant

Redhill and Reigate Round Table no. 119 – funding for our office renovations and also towards direct help for the families we support

Surrey County Council – Members’ Allocation.

With specific thanks to:

Cllr Barbara Thomson (specific funding for marketing materials.)

 

2014/2015

Community Foundation for Surrey – a grant from the Bryn Siriol Fund towards our running costs.

The Netherby Trust – a grant to support our running costs.

Reigate & Banstead Borough Council – core funding allocation towards our rental costs

Gatwick Airport Community Trust – funding for our rental costs

Comic Relief  ‘Red Nose Day Community Cash’ – grant to support our ‘Books in a Bag’ programme

Skipton Building Society ‘Grassroots Giving’ – funds to pay for storage boxes and bags

Surrey Mirror ‘Heart of the Community’ award – used to buy new mattress for all pre-loved moses baskets and cots passed on.

 

2013/2014

Community Foundation for Surrey – a grant from the Bryn Siriol Fund to run our pilot.

Reigate & Banstead Borough Council – Councillors Community Fund allocation.

With specific thanks to:

Cllr Graeme Crome

Cllr Jonathan Essex

Cllr Christopher Whinney

Gatwick Airport Community Trust – a grant towards our operational costs for 2014

Horley Lions Club

Surrey County Council – Members’ Allocation.

With specific thanks to:

Cllr Barbara Thomson (specific funding for marketing materials.)

Merstham Millennium Trust – a grant towards the cost of renting our premises on the Quarryside Business Park in Watercolour.

 

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