Claridge House has established a Bursary fund to enable people who are prevented from coming here for financial reasons, to take part in our selection of retreats and courses. The core value of the work we do here is to nourish the spirit and wellbeing for people from all walks of life who choose to take time out to spend it here at Claridge House.
Whilst the services that we provide here at Claridge House are becoming increasingly popular, we hope that the bursary scheme will make them more accessible to those unable to attend for economic reasons.
Claridge House gratefully appreciates the ability to offer financial assistance to those who need it. Whilst the informal community of supporters who have stayed with us, and given generously to the House has grown both geographically and numerically, further donations are still welcomed.
Our aim has been to make it possible for everyone to attend our courses and retreats, whatever their financial situation. We take each application on an individual basis, and payment to support the cost of the visit will be arranged individually with each applicant.
Our bursaries are awarded on the basis of financial need and on a first-come, first-served basis. Our bursary procedure is that, if possible, you consider other sources of funding before applying for a bursary. Local Quaker Meetings, for example, will often give financial support to help Friends and Attenders to stay at Claridge House.
Applicants should provide a short covering letter stating the amount of financial support requested, with a breakdown of anticipated costs, as well as filling out the application form below. Once completed send the form to: Bursary Fund at Claridge House, Claridge House, Dormans Road, Lingfield, Surrey, RH7 6QH. If you are scanning the document and emailing the document then please send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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If you would like to support this bursary fund, you can do so either by a one-off gift, or by a regular (monthly / quarterly / yearly) contribution, paid through direct debit to the Claridge House bank account. For more information and/or to arrange a payment into the fund, please contact us on 01342 832 150 or email us at email@example.com