Our status has changed, we are now a 'Small Charity' constitution
In the current economic climate, a successful application to secure further funding in 2018/19 cannot be presumed. In order to enhance our future chances for grants, in December 2016 we amended our Stoneleigh Job Club status. We are now a Small Charity constitution.
Stoneleigh Job Club has been very fortunate, in 2015/2016 the Job Club was kindly funded by SARA – Stoneleigh Auriol Residents Association and they contiunue to do so into 2018, and DWP - Department of Work & Pensions.
In 2017, we received a kind donation from The Ewell Parochial Trust, and kindly another donation in 2018.
To help secure our position for the future, monetary donations will be gratefully received and put to good use for the community.
Volunteers run the Job Club, please let us know if you would like to help support us by becoming a volunteer.
To meet a growing demand for our services we will require additional laptops. If you have a working laptop that you no longer use, please consider donating it to Stoneleigh Job Club.
Our good work helps people of all ages and abilities to seek employment, write CV’s and Covering Letters, access Information & Employment Advice online, and to gain basic IT Competence for the workplace and more.
To stay safe online, we unfortunately cannot accept Windows XP or Vista as Microsoft are no longer supporting this operating system
We will greatfully accept Windows 7 devices, however, support will end and Microsoft will cut off all support but not until January 14th 2020