Stuart & Partners are pleased to announce the sponsoring of a charity golf day which has been organised in aid of Kangaroos – a Mid-Sussex charity enriching the lives of young disabled people.
The event will be held at the Mid Sussex Golf Club in Ditchling, on Friday 13th May 2016 and all proceeds from the event will be going to this local charity.
The day will include a great golfing day out and lots of prizes to be won. There will be a presentation of prizes a raffle and an exciting auction.
Stuart & Partners would like to thank in advance all those who will attend this special event and to support such an inspiring charity which has enriched the lives of many children, young people and their families.
This charity is solely based on funds that are raised by events such like this. Every penny counts to make a difference, so if you feel you would like to contribute in any way or if you would like further information about the charity please use the contact details below.
Kangaroos was established by a group of parents in 1993 to run out of school activities in Mid Sussex for children with severe learning disabilities. There were no activities in the area suitable for special needs children to attend and they believed that their children needed and deserved activities that would be designed to cater for their very special requirements.
Kangaroos ran their first Saturday Club in January 1994 and have organised them virtually every Saturday since. The Holiday Playschemes followed in February and have continued to run each half term and school holiday.
Since then Kangaroos have initiated a range of additional projects and have adapted the original activities to meet the needs of the changing and increasingly complex profile of the children and young people provided for. However, the ethos of Kangaroos remains unchanged, (we) have always had the young people at the centre of everything (we) do, meeting their needs, providing them with the care and support needed so that they can have a fun, worthwhile experience with their peers.