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  • Date: 28 July, 2020 In September last year, Oakleaf became one of two chosen charities to be recipients of the 2019-2020 RAG fundraising efforts made by the University of Surrey Students’ Union for the second year r

  • Summer 2020 During these extraordinary times with Covid-19 our creative workshops have found a new virtual platform, forming an online community for our clients. At Oakleaf, we believe that creativity and better men

  • Date: 1 July, 2020 It is safe to say that the widespread Covid-19 lockdown has caused seismic changes to our daily habits and routines. Perhaps more importantly, regular sources of support like counsellors and chari

  • Here’s how to try and overcome it:   As various Coronavirus measures and restrictions fluctuate and change across the world, you may be experiencing mixed emotions. For most of us, the Covid-19 restrictions hav

  •   The 18th-24th May is #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek for 2020. This year’s theme is kindness. Many of us are worried about Coronavirus and how it will affect us and those we love. That’s why, this #MHA

  • Date: 12 May, 2020 Mental Health Awareness Week: 18-24 May 2020 This year’s theme is Kindness. Our challenge to you is: walk, cycle or run a total distance of a marathon over the course of the week (18-24 May)

  • Date: 6 May, 2020 Clients Wanted We are looking for any current clients who might be interested in working with Oakleaf’s Board of Trustees, to help inform them from a client perspective about the organisation’

  • Date: October, 2020 Coronavirus Emergency Appeal: If you are able to donate to Oakleaf and help us provide much-needed support as funding sources vanish, we would be incredibly grateful—we now need you more than eve

  • Date: 10 April 2020 As the Covid-19 crisis continues, all face-to-face Oakleaf services have been put on hold until further notice. As a result, many of our fundraising streams are being badly impacted, from events

  • Date: 21 March, 2020 As cases of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) continue to rise in the UK, we will all be self-isolating and social-distancing for some length of time. This means fewer face-to-face connections and more

  • Date: 20 March, 2020 If you are able to make a donation of any size and help us with the upsurge in need for our support amongst our vulnerable clients, coinciding with vanishing funding sources, we would be incredi

  • Date: 22 February, 2020 Oakleaf was fortunate enough to be supported for the second year in a row at Kellys Guildford 10k in association with the University of Surrey Student Union. The event was a resounding succes

  • Date: 21 February, 2020 The start of a busy February weekend – 160 supporters and businesses put their general knowledge to the test at St. Catherine’s School in Bramley, taking part in our annual Quiz Night. Our qu

  • Date: 05 February, 2020 We are delighted to announce that Surrey-based print and packaging company, Stag Print, have chosen Oakleaf as their Charity of the Year for 2020! The award-winning family company are providi

  • Date: 20 January, 2020 January has earned a reputation as gloomiest month of the year. Blue Monday comes loaded with post-Christmas pressures, miserable weather, and the struggle, for many, of adopting a new habit o

  • Date: 17 December, 2019 Christmastime can be especially tough for those struggling with mental ill-health, so it was wonderful to see such a big turnout for our annual client Christmas Party on 17th December. The ev

  • Date: 10 October, 2019 In celebration of World Mental Health Day, Oakleaf hosted one of its hottest fundraising challenges yet – the Oakleaf Firewalk. On 10th October 2019, we challenged daredevil supporters t

  • Date: 21 July, 2019 The sun was shining and the crowds were out, with over 3,000 people attending Albury Music Festival on Sunday 21st July! It was a fantastic afternoon of music, showcasing many local musicians inc

  • Date: 20 July, 2019 The sun was shining and the Pimms was flowing. Oakleaf was honoured to be the beneficiary of Chilworth Manor’s Picnic and Pimms’ event on Saturday 20th July. With performances from Lady Luck and

  • Date: 24 November, 2018 Dame Penelope Keith, patron of Oakleaf, introduced the concert before handing over to our emcee of the night Matt Pinches of the Guildford Shakespeare Company who presented our wonderful choi

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