Egham United Charity provides general financial help for those in need, whilst Egham Education Trust offers educational grants to young people and Stewart’s and Budgen’s Almshouses administers eleven almshouses in Egham, Surrey.
The General Relief fund’s aim is to help local residents in the area who are in particular need and hardship, by making grants of money or paying for services, which will reduce that need and make a real difference in their lives.
We aim to help students up to 25 years old, who are in need of financial assistance to meet the costs of their secondary, further and/or vocational educational courses including extra-curricular physical and social training activities.
The Charity administers two groups of almshouses in Egham. There are six properties in Pooley Green Road and five, recently built, in Manor Farm Lane. These are for older ladies who have lived in the area for several years.