There’s lots of great ways to get involved and support your favourite charity this Christmas
- Christmas Jumper Day
- Santa Fun Run
- Donate sweet treats for our Christmas tombolas
- Christmas Cards and donations-in-lieu!
- Organising your own fundraiser? Get in touch
If you have any other ideas for raising funds and awareness for SNAP please contact us at [email protected] as we’d be happy to help with guidance and support.
Christmas Jumper Day for SNAP
Wear your most festive sweater, donate £1, £2 or £5 to SNAP and help raise money to ensure Essex families with children affected by disability always have support when they need it.
- Put Friday 6th December into your work / school diary
- Sign up for your SNAP Fundraising Pack
- Get ready for the most festive day of the year!
Get friends, families and supporters involved – Spread the word #snappyjumper
You don’t even need to get a new jumper. You can decorate your ordinary boring jumpers or swap an old one with a friend.
Interested? Contact [email protected] // 01277 245345
& Donation in lieus
Two great ways to support SNAP and send your season’s greetings this Christmas: ‘The Traditional Way‘ & ‘The Digital Way’.
Sweet treats needed for Christmas tombolas
Our tombolas are a great way to raise money at our Christmas fair stalls, but we need your kind contributions to help make it possible, small chocolate bars, selection boxes and tubs!
Drop them off to The SNAP Centre by Friday 22nd November
Help at our Community Stalls this Christmas
Every year we organise festive stalls to help raise money and awareness for SNAP in the community. This year we’re lucky enough to be part of two great local events, but we need your help to make it possible.
“It’s very important for the school to play an active part in supporting the local community and SNAP is a cause we all believe in.””
“We gained support from our teachers and then set about making posters to place around the school. We went into classrooms and assemblies to explain what we were doing.”
“The run went really well on the day, everyone got into the spirit and we had just over 300 students taking part in the fun run.”