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The Mary Frances Trust is a charity established in 1994 to support people who experience mental ill-health.
Mental health problems will affect one in four of us in any one year, yet it remains one of the last taboo subjects in our society. Societyâ€™s reaction to mental illness combines with the illness itself to create difficulties in every aspect of life, in particular family and social relationships, money, independence, education, and employment.
Our main base is a comfortable and homely house in Leatherhead town centre where we provide some of our services. These include groups and activities to promote recovery and improve health and well-being, and individual advice and support for people to achieve their own particular goals and aspirations. We also provide our services in other locations within the Borough of Epsom & Ewell and Mole Valley District in Surrey.
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Kim Cowling - 1st and 3rd Kilmacolm Guides
easyfundraising has been great for us and so easy to use. Imagine being given free money just for online shopping! Since joining we have raised over £2,200.
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