Any contribution you can make – no matter how small – is gratefully received.
The purpose of the charity is to support, inform and encourage parents with children and young people who have special needs and disabilities, allowing them to grow in strength and knowledge so they are better equipped to give the best possible help to their children.
The charity’s vision is to provide a safe environment offering a wide range of support and specialist services with the aim to increase resilience and empowerment within our families.
Your donation really can change lives.
Donate to SNAP
(Special Needs And Parents)
We are asking about your support for SNAP today because we care about every single donation we receive, and would like to send our personal thanks. (This form is optional)
Other ways to donate
There are a range of alternative opportunities if you would like to help SNAP continue to provide its vital support for families
Donate by BACS
You can also make a one-off donation or regular standing order directly into our bank. Please let us know if you do this so we can notify you when your donation has arrived.
Account Number: 00005935
Bank Sort Code: 40 52 40
Bank Details: CAF Bank, 25 Kings Hill Avenue, West Malling, Kent ME19 4JQ
Name of Account: Special Needs And Parents (SNAP)
Donate by post
Please make your cheque payable to “Special Needs And Parents” and send, along with your name and contact details so that we can thank you to SNAP – Special Needs And Parents, The SNAP Centre, Pastoral Way, Warley, Brentwood, Essex, CM14 5WF
Donate in person
Supporters are welcome to visit The SNAP Centre to make a donation in person. A member of the SNAP team can give you a tour of our unique facility and give you an insight into the work we do. Please call 01277 245345 to make an appointment.
“Thank you so much for listening – you really know what it is like for us, and have described my child perfectly – you are the only person I’ve spoken to who has understood.”
“These sessions have benefitted me by having an opportunity to interact with my child, and helped them to interact with other children, building on their social skills.”
“I have read the book you gave me and wow what a great read. After just reading the first few pages everything we are experiencing just made sense and sounded so like our child.”