We’re a Giving Business!
We help change lives through everyday business activities, by giving £50 to our favourite local charities every time someone pays for a new boiler.
Cherry Trees & halow project
Both these charities recieve £25 for every new boiler we install.
This helps provide respite for families with children who have complex disabilities and nurture young people with learning difficulties to fulfil their potential.
Cherry Trees is a charity providing exceptional home-from-home, specialist short-break respite visits for children and young adults aged 0-19 with a range of complex disabilities including learning, physical and sensory impairments.
Founded in 1980 by a group of parents and doctors, Cherry Trees is a lifeline for the families of more than 100 children and young people who are regularly cared for here, whether it be after school for a few hours, a weekend or a longer stay.
Cherry Trees is a unique place, providing professional care in a safe, stimulating and fun environment, where every child is valued for who they are. It is a community that is dedicated to children and young people, enabling them to spend time with friends and enjoy new experiences and opportunities, while their families have a much needed break from care themselves.
They look to provide bursary support to new and existing families on a financial and circumstantial basis.
Cherry Trees is the key charitable supplier of short-break respite care in Surrey offering 24 hour support 7 days a week for 48 weeks of the year to children from Surrey, Hampshire, Sussex and West London.
halow project is a registered charity providing opportunities and support for young people. They organise social activities as well as work like experiences and supply community-based learning and life skills training for young people. Their work is funded through a mixed model of fees, fundraising and enterprise.
It all began with Harriet, Amber, Laura, Oliver and William. Their families were concerned about the children’s prospects and that of other youngsters like them and so in 2006 the parents got together with the aim of nurturing young people with disabilities and guiding them towards fulfilled and happy lives. And so, the halow project was born.
halow is a growing community-based charity, situated in Guildford, Surrey. halow support young people, aged 16+, with a learning disability on their journey into adult life. The young people they work with want the opportunity to:
• Build relationships
• Become part of the community
• Find meaningful employment
• Have a home of their own
halow project offers a unique blend of activities and sessions, giving young people the chance to enjoy an active social life, make new friends and find further educational and employment training through their various initiatives – Building Futures, Social Activities, A Reason to Get Up and the Buddy Service.