Summer is drawing to a close, children are back at school and the first hints of Christmas are appearing in the shops so we could hardly contain ourselves to tell you about our new selection of Christmas Cards for 2014.
Click Christmas cards for 2014 and take advantage of the low low price of £2.50 for a pack of 10 cards. A bargain you say. And you will be supporting disabled children and adults to achieve their goals through our services.
Every month, Asda has a fundraising scheme called ‘Community Life’. Every branch donates £300 split between three local good causes that are chosen by customers. QEF would be extremely grateful if you could nominate us as a designated local charity.
To do this, you can click on one of the links below and on the right hand side of the page click nominate (Community life) and say why we should be chosen.
Here are some links to local Asda stores:
Find out more about some of the cyclists taking on the Prudential Ride-London Surrey 100 for QEF
QEF is pleased to announce that we’ve now opened a new shop in Chertsey. Situated near the Prince Regent pub it’s a great way to find some bargains and support our cause.
For full details of all of QEF’s shops please click here.
QEF Independent Living Services held a sports day at the David Weir Leisure Centre and the Mayor and Mayoress of Sutton Borough and the Mayor and Mayoress of Epsom and Ewell dropped in to watch.
It was one of the hottest days of the year! Thankfully there was plenty to do inside in the cool!
Thank you to the Mayors and Mayoresses and everyone that helped to make this a great day!
Cyclists taking on the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 to raise funds for QEF were out scouting out the route this weekend.
If you would like to find out about entering the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey100 for QEF next year, there is information here.
Tom and Loki, two QEF Vocational Services apprentices that are working as representatives of our Home & Garden Services are seen here putting the finishing touches to a garden that they have transformed in Fetcham.
Starting with overgrown shrubs that were blocking a lot of light, it has been transformed into a landscaped open space that bright, open and simple to take care of.
Jackie, whose garden it is, said: “It needed a lot of work. Too much for me. They’ve done a lot and I’m thrilled. I said ‘take everything out and do what you want, so long as it’s easy to maintain’. Now I can just give it a water now and again.”
“The boys on site here have been brilliant. I’d give then eleven out of ten! It’s great that this work supports a local charity too!”
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