The Garwood Foundation (Charity) was established in 1952 and has been providing a range of services for children and adults with disabilities in Croydon and surrounding boroughs, across several sites located in Croydon, Greater London.
The objects of the charity are to promote the care, welfare, interest, treatment and advancement of education of adults and children having cerebral palsy and other profound, multiple, acquired or other disabilities.
The foundation currently operates the following services:
- Rutherford School (PMLD school & life Skills Centre for children & young people aged 2-25yrs)
- Jean Garwood House (Residential home for disabled adults)
- Bramley Hill Day Centre (Day service for disabled adults)
- Charity Shops (South Croydon, Coulsdon & Addiscombe)
- Short breaks Caravan (For hire by persons with a disability, located in Pagham West Sussex)