The Edward Guinness Appeal is committed to raising to raise the £2.7 million needed to completely fund the cost of building and equipping the new centre.

There are many ways for you to get involved. Your support in time, donations and energy is the lifeblood of this appeal. Every donation will help us develop the CRC and give the people we support the best possible opportunities to rebuild their lives and develop key life skills. 

It seems to me that QEF offers hope. I am constantly amazed – and humbled – by the successes and good outcomes that QEF is able to bring about, and I am proud to support this extraordinary organisation.” 
Sally Ann Marks, ex Chairman, Surrey County Council

"This new centre will help QEF continue their wonderful work and help more people rebuild their lives and develop important skills. We’re delighted that our support is helping to make this building a reality.”
Paul and Rosie, QEF supporters

Can you donate towards one of these?  
Kitting out a family room £3,500
Accessible technology for bedrooms £8,000
Treatment room £10,000
Assisted bathroom £17,500
Ensuite bedroom including kitchenette £34,000
Fireproof lift with generator £58,690
Commercial kitchen £70,000


Sponsorship and naming

We would be delighted to recognise your support, so please contact us about the sponsorship and naming opportunities that are available for different elements of the building.  Gifts can be pledged over a couple of years, and we can advise on tax-efficient giving.

Be a part of The Edward Guinness Appeal and help us raise £2.7 million

To sponsor a room or therapy space or find out about other ways you can help, please email our philanthropy team or call 01372 841 120

Every donation will help us develop the CRC. To donate online please click here or consider setting up a direct debit. This allows us to plan in a more efficient way, save administrative costs and set budgets with confidence. If you are able to consider a regular gift to QEF, please click to download our Direct Debit Form.

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