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Get involved with your community

Isolation is a big problem for lots of people which can result in other issues. Taking the step and getting involved in your local community can help you and others.

We are active in all of Surrey’s eleven boroughs offering mentor support for families, and young people struggling with poor mental health. But we also have a long history of focussing on communities that experience high levels of need.


We focus on the Stanwell community by offering intense outreach support from our Stanwell Family Centre and through the activities organised by the Stanwell Local Conversation.

Reigate and Banstead

Local people can visit our Gateway Community Allotment and access employment mentoring.


Our STEPs to 16 and Steps 2 Work teams work with vulnerable young people struggling with education or employment, and we help young people struggling with poor mental health through our free youth counselling.


Contact us for more information on how you can get involved in your communities’ activities.

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"To be honest I probably get as much out of mentoring as they do, as it's so fulfilling."

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