We are thrilled to announce that in 2016 Kingston Vineyard won the Growbaby won the Kingston Business Excellence Awards in the category of "Commitment to the Community".
We are thrilled to announce that Debbie Wright will be speaking at our "Being Jesus hands and feet conference on Saturday 4th November, the title of the day is "Moved by Compassion". We do hope you will put this in your diaries and come and join us.
The aim of Growbaby is to provide good quality, new and second-hand, baby clothes and equipment (up to 5 years), completely free of charge, to anyone who needs it, regardless of their income, background, or faith.We will accept baby clothes and equipment from anyone who chooses to donate; we simply ask that potential donors ensure that they are in good condition.
At present Growbaby is open on Wednesdays between 09.30 and 14.30 at the Hub. You don't have to make an appointment you can simply drop in and remember we don't need a referral form, everyone is welcome regardless of income, faith or background.
At Christmas Growbaby also provides a link between the pupils and staff of Epsom College and various local agencies so that children across Kingston Borough receive a gift at Christmas
So, do you:
Need our help?
Wish to donate baby clothes and equipment?
Want to help us in anyway?
If so contact us!