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The Cedar House Support Group is a charity helping mothers experiencing postnatal depression. We provide a supportive environment for women to discuss their feelings. This aids recovery by normalising feelings and reducing the isolation that PND can bring.
We operate in both Surrey and London.
The Cedar House Support Group Registered charity number 1105686
"Thank you for all you have done for me and continue to do for others."
£100.00 + £25.00 Gift Aid
"For Sarah Compson's coffee morning"
Chris & Eve Cale donated
£10.00 + £2.50 Gift Aid
"In memory of Sophie Halling."
Charlotte Elliott donated
£50.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
"Thank you to the Cedar House group I recovered from PND. Liz, Cortney and the volunteers at the crèche made it possible! Huge thanks from me and my happy family."
Magdalena Rodriguez donated
"A great support group that is invaluable for anyone suffering with PND. I cannot thank Liz and Courtney enough for all the support - they went above and beyond!"
"Friends of Greenfield School are pleased to support all the great work Cedar House does. Thank you for the great work you do in our local community."
Friends of Greenfield School donated
£225.00 + £0.00 Gift Aid
Lisa Young has raised $1,479.82 so far
I'm Doing a sponsored swim of 5 miles for Lisa Young because Cedar house has been amazing support to me
Neil Collins has raised $1,415.76 so far
I'm Join Me are raising money to support Cedar House for Neil Collins because of the work they do for post-natal depression
Allison Sunesson has raised $522.26 so far
I'm Raising money for the Cedar House Support Group for Allison Sunesson because they support families through PND
Daniella Thompson has raised $500.86 so far
Daniella's Tone N Twerk
Bonnie Thomson has raised $409.00 so far
I'm a morning of relaxation and sparkling vibes for Bonnie Thomson because to support Mother's with Post Natal Depression
Katharine Roberton has raised $169.89 so far
I'm I am raising money for Katharine Roberton because they help many women with Post Natal Depression