£3,500 Raised in Aid of The Springboard Project

We are delighted to have raised just over £3,500 in aid of The Springboard Project.

The Springboard Project supports more than 500 young people a year, with each centre costing £167 a day to run. The charity were originally chosen in April 2017 as our Charity of the Year. Throughout the year, the whole Firm has come out in force to help fundraise for this much-needed charity, with a range of fundraising events including; a charity walk, a quiz night, dress down days, a bake sale and a car wash.

The Springboard Project provides inclusive leisure and play opportunities for families with young children, including those with disabilities, with centres based in both Horsham and Crawley. Currently the charity supports more than 450 families a year plus a further 262 more disabled children and teenagers with their short breaks group.

We have baked, scrubbed, walked and quizzed our way to the end and are thrilled to have exceeded our original £3,000 fundraising target set for the year, with the total amount coming to £3,572. The funds raised will provide valuable support for the ongoing running costs of the charity, which celebrated its 25th anniversary last year.

Matthew Tyson, Director at Richard Place Dobson, said "A brilliant effort from the team who really enjoyed supporting such a worthwhile cause".

Springboard Project Cheque Presentation