Horley Charities

Horley Local Charities

All around Horley local people do great things for our community. They volunteer, they raise money for local charities and much more. Listed below are the current charities in the Horley, Redhill, Reigate and Gatwick area.

Horley Lions Club

The Horley Lions Club is a charity organisation which has been operating since 1963, serving those most in need in our local communities. 

The way in which we raise funds to help our communities is by holding a number of events throughout the year. As well as our events we work closely with the local Foodbank & the Reigate & Banstead Community Development Team

All of our members are volunteers who work hard to raise as much as we can.  You can follow the Horley Lions on Facebook Or you can visit our website for more information on our events! 

Come & join our team of volunteers by contacting us via our website or Facebook page. 

Visit the Horley Lions website to see the range of fundraising they carry out and their activities.

Active Prospects

Active Prospects a charity based in Horley

Active Prospects is based in Horley. Active Prospects enables people with learning disabilities, physical and mental health needs to live full and aspiring lives.

You can help by donating to the Active Prospects charity shop or donate via the Active Prospects website.

Active Prospects, The Gables, 17 Massetts Road, Horley, Surrey RH6 7DQ

Henry Smith Charity – Parish of Horley (189)

Gifts to Young People in Training. The Henry Smith Charity has traditionally given help to older people but it has recently decided to offer some help to young people who are entering training through college, university, apprenticeships, vocational training (NVQ etc) and some sporting endeavours from the funding administered in Horley. Correspondence address: 55 Fairfield Ave., Horley, Surrey, RH6 7PB
Telephone 01293.782629

Horley Foodbank

Horley Foodbank

Founded in February 2015, the Horley Foodbank responds to the needs of people in our community who are suffering from short-term crisis. Visit their website

The Forget Me Nots Club in Smallfield.

The club is for referred dementia patients and their carers. We are purely a voluntary organisation and our funds are kindly and gratefully donated. Visit the Burstow Parish Council website for up-to-date contact info.

Just Springer Rescue

Just Springers Rescue is based in Horley. It was started in January 2008, and became a charity in 2010 with the aim to help and assist in re-homing Springer Spaniels to good approved homes.

Just Springers Rescue website.

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