The aim of the Crowborough Foundation is to work with business, education and other charities.
Crowborough Foundation provides them all with advice and support:-
The Foundation organises either meet ups or meetings between interested groups. These are free and open to anybody to attend.
The Foundation offers education to adults. This is delivered by free courses and includes advice regarding starting work, self employment or setting up a business. Other subsidised courses include sign language, creative writing and still life/portrait painting.
The Foundation works with another small registered charity, NET Cancer Foundation, which supports the Nuclear Medicine Department of Guy’s Hospital in London.
The Foundation provides a chargeable advice service regarding the setting up of voluntary groups, community groups and charities.
The Foundation raises funds principally through the donation of goods that are sold online via their online shop or via social media. They also seek sponsors for all events that they hold.
The Foundation is a small registered charity claiming gift aid and was formed in 2009. There are no profits. All funding is used to finance the charity.
Selina Robinson is the Director of Crowborough Foundation. Her own business makes curtains. Her time working for the Foundation is mainly working as a fundraiser selling items online or at markets.
Simon Robinson is the Ambassador for Crowborough Foundation. Commercially he runs a mentoring business and a cleaning franchise. Both companies are wholly owned subsidiaries of the Foundation and make no charge for any work they do for the charity. He is also Ambassador for Business East Sussex and Guy’s Cancer in London.
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