The Surrey Coalition is run and managed by disabled people for disabled people. The aim of Surrey Coalition of Disabled People is to campaign and promote the rights of disabled people to have equality of opportunity and to live independently.
Surrey Disabled People’s Partnership is controlled by disabled people. With the aim to promote, enable and increase disabled people’s involvement in all aspects of the community. Main aims are to empower disabled people, to campaign for equality and to improve local services. The Social Model of disability is a guiding philosophy for Surrey Disabled People's Partnership and the organisation is fully committed to these concepts. SDPP sincerely believe that the Social Model has changed the lives of many disabled people and the attitudes of many others.
Surrey Independent Living Council (SILC) is a non-profit-making voluntary sector organisation run by and for disabled people. SILC are primarily funded by, and work in close partnership with, Surrey County Council. SILC helps disabled people, and others who use or want to use Direct Payments, to live independently and to arrange the support and services they require.