The Wiltshire Parent Carer Council (WPCC) provides support and guidance to families of children and young people with special educational needs/disabilities.
Their website is full of useful information, club details, support groups and information events as well as details about the Short Breaks scheme.
Over the years some amazing people have taken part in a whole variety of events to raise funds for Splash. From cycling to running, skydiving to cake sales, quiz nights to sponsored car washes. If you would like to raise funds for us we will do what ever we can to help you, just get in touch - 01380 732829
"I have been a keen supporter of Splash for a number of years. The safe, welcoming environment created on each activity really sets parents and young people at ease. The guidance and mentoring provided by the Splash team truly enables young people facing challenges to flourish and recognise their own positive capabilities" Shara Grylls, Vice-Patron of Community
Register with Easy Fundraising to raise free funds for Community First and Splash when you carry out any online shopping. Whether you're last minute Christmas shopping, or Sale shopping after the big day. Access your online shopping via Easy Fundraising and let the FREE cash roll in
A fun, healthy lifestyle programme available to young people aged 7-11 years and their families.
There are lots of ways to get involved with Splash. We are always looking for keen volunteers to help support us with all aspects of the project from admin support, attending fundraising events as well as supporting young people on activity days. If you have a couple of hours that you can spare every now and then please contact us...we'd love to hear from you
A lovely quote from England Rugby full back Mike Brown:
"Splash is a brilliant organisation working with young people in Wiltshire who are facing challenges in their lives. I think it’s fantastic that Splash is again running a rugby project at my old club Salisbury RFC this Summer. Splash works to build young people’s self-confidence, social and team work skills as well as helping them to make positive choices about their lives – such similar values to those we aspire to in rugby."
Look out for our Summer rugby project at Salisbury on 17/18 Aug
Photo courtesy of RFU Collection