Charity Donations to date – £12,908

Since Kew Village Market started in October 2011 all the operating profits have been donated to local good causes, in the form of the following grants:

September 2013

Contact the Elderly: £640 for recruitment and training of volunteer drivers

Integrated Neurological Services: £1000 towards a specialist exercise bicycle

May 2013

Friends of Strathmore School: £1108 for learning aids for students with severe disabilities

Richmond Talking Newspaper£130 replacement tape recorder for recording interviews

Home-Start Richmond£500  towards a family day in Kew Gardens

Age Concern Richmond: £1000 towards monthly outings for isolated elderly        people

February 2013

Pensfold Field: £530 for new heavy-duty lawnmower

Orange Tree Theatre: £500 for education programme with local school children

Countess of Derby Trust: £1000 for building up capital to ensure the continuation of help for the elderly in Kew

Darrel Road School            : £500            towards multi-use games area

Crossways Pregnancy Centre£500 for replacement office laptop

October 2012

SPEAR: £1000 for help with homeless people in Richmond

Fitzroy£800 for automatic door openers at the residential home

Rotary Club of Kew: £400 for dictionaries for primary school children

Small Steps:  £500 for help for pre-school children with disabilities and their families

August 2012

Friends of Abbeyfield : £300 for residents’ entertainment

Vineyard Community Trust : £500 towards canteen staff wages

June 2012

Darrell School : £500  towards providing school uniforms

Kew Youth Club : £500 for sports equipment

January 2012

Kew Community Trust : £500  for transport of elderly to Day Centre

Kew Out of School Trust : £500 for subsidised places at Easter events


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