Introducing SM²ART, the first of an annual Art and Design exhibition by QEF clients, generously supported by the Hyundai Belmont Garage Ltd.
Art and Design is an integral aspect in the rehabilitation process and we are delighted to celebrate the achievements, creativity and individuality of people with disabilities.
The exhibition will also host a number of local artists who are keen to support the work of QEF.
A variety of art will be exhibited, such as pottery, drawing, illustration, digital photography, textiles and much more!
There is also a raffle with the opportunity to win a number of prizes, including a FREE car service and MOT at Belmont Garage Ltd and a luxury Christmas food hamper.
We would love you to visit and support our exhibition.
Exhibition dates: 8-9 November 2014
Times: Saturday 8 November 9am – 4.30pm
Sunday 9 November 11am – 4.00pm
Venue: Hyundai Belmont Garage Ltd, 36 Station Road, Belmont, Surrey, SM2 6BS
0208 643 5451
Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People has recently partnered with The Unity Lottery to set up the new QEF Weekly Lottery. Our new weekly lottery will help us to raise vital funds which will support children and adults with physical and learning disabilities while giving you a chance to win £25,000 each week.
Visit our Lottery page for further information.
Sir Ranulph Fiennes was the guest speaker at the fundraiser for QEF Neuro Rehabilitation Services
Former prime minister Sir John Major recently joined QEF for a fundraising dinner.
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
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