Community at St. Georges
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Stop those drips
Water usage has decreased by 1%. This is almost enough to fill 2 paddling pools every week of the summer.
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St. George's use of electricity is down by 26%. This is the same as boiling a kettle 1 million times.
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St. George's helped to raise £2,300 this year for local charities.
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Did you know 34 tonnes of waste from St. George's is recycled?

£2,989.14 out of £4,000

Raised so far

We love being a part of YOUR community

St. George's aims to support and help as many charities as possible to raise money and awareness in our centre. Below you can see all the charities and organisations we have welcomed into the centre so that they can raise money, awareness or even just gain support from the public. We aim to help these charities raise £1,500 in our centre in 2017

You can see our totaliser of how much we have been able to help good causes raise in 2016/2017 and we would love for you to be involved.

Our Charity of the year


St Luke's Hospice


St Luke's Hospice looks after people in Harrow and Brent whose illnesses are no longer curable. They help and empower them to enjoy the best possible quality of life, knowing their family and carers are supported too.


Find out more here

Charities and Organisations supported by St George's

Brain Research Trust

Brain Research Trust is the umbrella charity for research into conditions of the brain and nervous system. They were established in 1971 to promote and support research into the causes, treatment, prevention and cure of neurological diseases. BRT fund basic and clinical research at University...


From ancient woodlands and lowland heaths to estuaries and rugged coasts, England is rich in wildlife habitats. As part of their work in England, they are restoring, creating and enhancing thousands of hectares of land to benefit people and wildlife, from reedbeds and heathland to...

Smile Train

Smile Train is an international children’s charity with a sustainable approach to a single, solvable problem: cleft lip and palate. Millions of children in developing countries with untreated clefts live in isolation, but more importantly, have difficulty eating, breathing and speaking. Cleft repair surgery is...

Care International

CARE International is one of the world’s leading humanitarian and development organisations. Founded in 1945, they have been fighting global poverty and defending the dignity of people around the world for 70 years. CARE currently works in 79 poor and developing countries, helping millions of...

Childhood Eye Cancer Trusts

This year, the international event marks the beginning of the Childhood Eye Cancer Trusts (CHECT) “In The Dark” campaign to bring retinoblastoma (Rb) into the spotlight. For a long time, it’s been shrouded in darkness – too many children are left in the dark because...


The National Deaf Children’s Society is the leading charity dedicated to creating a world without barriers for deaf children and young people. We have offices in London, Birmingham, Belfast, Cardiff and Glasgow. Deaf Child Worldwide is our international development wing. It’s the leading UK-based international development...

Doctors Without Borders

Doctors without Borders were in the centre in August to promote the work they do in countries where help is needed most They help people worldwide where the need is greatest, delivering emergency medical aid to people affected by conflict, epidemics, disasters, or exclusion from...

National Autistic Society

In September the National Autistic Society were in St.George’s Shopping Centre to raise money and awareness of autisim. They help break the stigma Autisim has and educate people about autisim in society Do you want to support autistic people and their families? There are loads...

Centre Manager Aims High for St. Lukes Hospice

Darren Harman (St.George’s Centre Manager) took part in a sky dive raising money for St.Luke’s over the weekend On 22nd October 2016 in Brackley airfield Darren skydived from a plane cruising at 10,000ft and hurtled through the clouds at 120mph before landing back on solid...