Welcome to our website

We support and strengthen the voluntary, community and faith sectors in Surrey with funding and business advice, advocacy and financial service: we’re here to help you to help others.

We work with many hundreds of people and organisations across Surrey providing services such as payroll administration and community buildings advice and supporting projects such as voluntary car schemes and rural housing provision.

Vitally, with our expertise, we help communities at a grass roots level.  Projects include working with vulnerable groups with challenging needs and behaviours, families in need (housing and benefits support) and assisting the elderly.  You will find a list of our projects here

To keep up-to-date with all the latest news, subscribe to our e-newsletter by clicking the tab on the right.


What's in the news | current top stories | archive news

Live in Bletchingly? Take part in the housing needs survey

If you live in Bletchingly you have an opportunity to have your say about future housing provision in the village.. . Simply complete the survey by clicking on the link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/29RM7F6. . For more information, contact our Rural Housing Enabler, Louise Williams on 01483 447141 or email louisew@surreyca.org.uk... [Read More...]

Build a better bid

We're supporting not-for-profit, private and public sector organisations  in West Surrey and Hampshire to get a head start on the launch of  Building Better Opportunities funding in June.. . Our next workshop takes place on 21 May in Basingstoke and is aimed at both organisations who have attended our previous workshops and those who have not.. . The workshops will help you to identify suitable projects, find potential partners and get you bid ready!. . For more details, open the... [Read More...]

Village SOS Learning, Outreach and Engagement Campaign

Building on the success of  the Village SOS 2010 programme a new Village SOS Learning, Outreach and Engagement Campaign has been launched.  The aim is to support rural communities to develop sustainable business ideas such as:. . setting up a shop or clothing exchange. saving a local pub or starting a community allotment. setting up a travelling cinema. reintroducing a local transport scheme. . How can Surrey Community Action Help?. If your project meets the criteria we will assess with you the... [Read More...]