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Donating to the Harlequin Community Support Centre

Harlequin support centre

 

We've received lots of enquiries from people asking how they can help support the work of the Council’s Community Support Centre at the Harlequin. Here’s how:

Donate food and toiletries

You can donate food and toiletries using the food bank drop off point available in most supermarkets. Please remember that you should only do this if you are already shopping for essential items. Please do not make a special journey.

Deliver donations directly to The Harlequin Theatre, Redhill, Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm. Please remember that you should only do this if you are out in Redhill for an essential reason. Please do not make a special journey.

We can also collect ‘bulk’ donations – some streets, neighbourhoods and community groups are organising local drop-off points. Please email [email protected] to arrange a collection.

Donate money

You can donate money via our CAF Donate campaign

Make a donation

Alternatively, you can make a debit or credit card payment by calling 01737 276834. This service is available from Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm. The Harlequin is Payment Card Industry accredited.

Partner with us

If your business would like to help by supplying or supporting the Community Support Centre, we would be keen to hear from you. Please email [email protected].

You would be joining a growing number of charities and companies working with us to make sure that we can continue to support our residents through this crisis.

Donate to a foodbank

If you would like to donate funds to support local food banks, we have donation links for the following and will add more links when we receive them:

The Community Fund for Reigate & Banstead

The Community Fund for Reigate and Banstead provides support to local projects which tackle need, disadvantage, and community participation across the borough. All grants from the Fund are now being made specifically to local charities and projects that need financial support to provide their services to assist with the Coronavirus response.

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