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Are you looking for a local charity to support? Perhaps you’d like to fundraise? Or donate your time? Maybe you know someone who needs support but you aren’t sure where to turn?

In East Grinstead, we have a huge number of national charities, right on our doorstep,

Would you know where to look to find which charities operate here? Or perhaps you are on the lookout for something different when it comes to charitable giving?

This page has been compiled to vie you a quick peek at the groups that are here, supporting our community. We hope you’ll find something to love.

Young Epilepsy

Epilepsy can be frightening, isolating and is often misunderstood. With your help we can create a society where children and young people with epilepsy can thrive. Together we create possible.

The Friends of Ashdown Forest

The Friends of Ashdown Forest, an independent charity founded in 1961, exists to support the conservation, maintenance and preservation of the unique area of Ashdown Forest. If you are interested in becoming a member or would like more information about us, please visit our website www.friendsofashdownforest.co.uk

East Grinstead Foodbank

We support local individuals and families in crisis who cannot afford to put food on the table, referred to us by local agencies, (such as Children & Family Centres, local primary and secondary schools, churches, hospitals, Citizens Advice, and GP Surgeries). Since we started with a few food boxes in a garage in East Grinstead in December 2012.

St. Piers School and College

St. Piers School and College in Lingfield, Surrey, is a caring, supportive, learning and residential environment for children and young people aged 5 to 25. The students are at the centre of everything we do. Our dedicated, enthusiastic and experienced staff provide first class support. The education, health, care and therapy teams work in partnership and we pride ourselves on having strong relationships in place with parents, carers and funders. This tried and tested approach ensures every St Piers student reaches their optimum level of achievement. The school is an incredible place for children with neurological conditions and behavioural difficulties to thrive, learn new skills, grow in confidence and make new friends.

Step By Step School

Building skills, maximising potential

Step by Step School is a small independent day school for pupils, aged 4 to 19, with autism.  The school, which was founded in 2004, is located just outside of East Grinstead and serves a wide range of local authorities in the South East. 

Our dedicated and skilled staff team work closely with pupils and their families.  We help pupils develop the skills, understanding and confidence in order to reach their full potential, so as far as possible are able to lead full and happy lives.

Step by Step School Limited is registered as a company in England & Wales, limited by guarantee, No4305048 and is a Registered Charity No. 1091258.