Rowleys Centre for the Community

Our Sponsors

We are proud to be supported by the following people and organisations from our community:

Friends of Rowleys

Friends of Rowleys is an independent fundraising group set up to raise money for Rowleys to benefit Rowleys centre and its clients. Rowleys is grateful for the fundraising that has been undertaken by this group. Members who continue to raise funds for Rowleys include Anne Warzee, Chris Thomson, Ann Selnes.

Members organise fundraising events to raise money through bric a brac and clothing sales, proceeds from Bingo raffles and other events. 


The Cranleigh Lions support Rowleys from proceeds of the Cranleigh Carnival and the Cranleigh Classic Car Show.

Cranleigh Rotary Club – organised a fundraising concert in conjunction with Cranleigh School.

The Challenger Magazine - we are grateful to Kate Fernandes and her team for their ongoing support in The Challenger magazine.

Paul Higgins Cranleigh Magazine - we are grateful to Paul and his team for their continued support in placing advertements and stories about Rowleys.

Cranleigh Parish Council - is a keen supporter of Rowleys and has given donations for various projects at Rowleys including a new kitchen cupboard and hairdressers chair.

The Cranleigh Friendship Club

Cranleigh Baptist Church

Cranleigh Village Care

Cranleigh Community Fund

Cranfold Jobs Club

Mr Chandris

Ewhurst Bowls Club


Lions Club

Lion Tamers

Marks & Spencers Cranleigh for both input & Goods


"Cook" Cranleigh

Sainsbury's Cranleigh for Bread & Goods

Sunfit Ladies

Collections from Funerals or Wakes

COOP Cranleigh



Rowleys receives annual grants from Waverley Borough Council and the Guildford and Waverley Voluntary Grants Panel.
Rowleys has also received a small one-off grant from Surrey County Council Community Fund



Rowleys has received funding from the following Trusts:



The Co-operative Community Fund
Community Foundation for Surrey
Gatwick Airport Community Trust
Cala Homes
Waitrose community project
Sainsburys community fundraising project