Adopt a Youth Club scheme begins

S22001H13-AdurSpecialNeeds  - S22003H13-AdurSpecialNeeds 220513'LP''Special Needs Project. Adur East Lions Club have signed an agreement to adopt Adur Special Needs Project. Pictured are Adrian Bolton (Member of Adur Special Needs Project), Susan Saunders (Secretary and incoming President of Adur East Lions Club), Richard Bolton (Chairman of Adur Special Needs Project), and Yvonne McKeown (Administrator of Adur Special Needs Project). Adur Civic Centre, Shoreham.

S22001H13-AdurSpecialNeeds - S22003H13-AdurSpecialNeeds 220513'LP''Special Needs Project. Adur East Lions Club have signed an agreement to adopt Adur Special Needs Project. Pictured are Adrian Bolton (Member of Adur Special Needs Project), Susan Saunders (Secretary and incoming President of Adur East Lions Club), Richard Bolton (Chairman of Adur Special Needs Project), and Yvonne McKeown (Administrator of Adur Special Needs Project). Adur Civic Centre, Shoreham.

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ADUR East Lions Club has taken part in the Adopt a Youth Club scheme facilitated by Sussex Clubs for Young People and has chosen the Adur Special Needs Project (ASNP) as its adoptee youth club.

ADUR East Lions Club has taken part in the Adopt a Youth Club scheme facilitated by Sussex Clubs for Young People and has chosen the Adur Special Needs Project (ASNP) as its adoptee youth club.

The two parties now have a formal agreement and the signing took place on Wednesday, May 22 at ASNP offices, Civic Centre at 10.30am.

The Adur Special Needs Project is an equal opportunities registered charity that organises and runs out-of-school respite care and play schemes for children aged five and over with additional support needs or physical disabilities from Sussex.

The ASNP was put in touch with the Adur East Lions Club which had already independently decided it wanted to adopted the youth club.

The Adur East Lions Club will provide a package of support which will include donating the proceeds of one fundraising event a year to ASNP and one member attending meetings and acting to liaise.

Yvonne McKeown, administrator for ASNP, said the signing was a fairly low-key event and lasted about 15 minutes. The agreement will last one year and a review will be written at the end of the adoption.