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Further £80k funding for Surrey families struggling financially

Surrey County Council’s Surrey Crisis Fund have been awarded a further £80k from the Government’s Local Covid Support Grant to provide financial support to those most in need.

To date Surrey Crisis Fund has received £360,000 from the grant, in recognition of the devastating financial impact COVID has had on some of Surrey’s residents. The team have been delighted to have provided over £300,000 worth of support to some of Surrey’s most financially-in-need families.

Michelle Marshall of the Surrey Crisis Fund said “We never thought we’d be able to support as many families as we have done thanks to this Local COVID Support Grant.  With financial uncertainty looming large for many families as furlough tapers off and as other financial support from the Government is slowly removed, my team and I have been glad to have helped those most in need”.

For more information on the Surrey Crisis Fund and other financial help available please visit our website – Financial help – Surrey County Council (surreycc.gov.uk)

Mother and child overwhelmed by bills.

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