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Thank You !
Many thanks once more to so many people for your fund raising; to Bay Running Shop for their continued support of SNAAP, being part of team SNAAP and raising £760 towards our Sports Club as well as Sarah Selby-Bird for raising nearly £500 doing a half marathon and £400 from a sausage sizzle, 6th Whitstable Scouts Group for raising £400, New Ash Players £500, Graystone Lodge £375, Bambinoes £1500, Newport Court £190 and Seaside Shop £2400.
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Thank You !
Many thanks once again to so many people; The Whitstable Lions £1,000, Whitstable Yarn Bombers £485.17, Chestfield Lodge £300, St. Bartholomews Church £79.52, a very big thank you to two of our families who raised money for us by putting Christmas lights outside their homes; Ben Thompson's family raised £173.80 and Miles Rogers' family raised £644, Rotary Club of Sandwich £400, £444 from Nationwide Building Society in Herne Bay and £2,000 from the Dog and Duck Inn at Plucks Gutter.
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Thank You !
Whitstable Outdoor Film Festival raised £1025, Girlings Solicitors £200, Barton Court Academy Trust for raising £1850, Helen Smith for raising £84 from a coffee morning, Quite Contrary raised £70, Thursday Darts League donated £500, St Bartholomews Church £386, Bambinoes Charity Shop £1,500 (and thank you for your continued support), Heron Angling Society raised £1200 and thank you for their continued support. Thank you to Herne Bay FC for donating 2 PS4 games for our youth club & Waitrose Canterbury for donating food and decorations to our Halloween Party.
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Henry Smith for our grant for £6720 towards our family support service, Eleanor Wyles, Wingham Fisheries, Jessica Delo, Seaside Shop for their donation of £2,800 and Bambinoes for their donation of £1,500.
Thank You to everyone!
Following the sad loss of their son, David, Mr & Mrs Thorman asked for donations to SNAAP. From The Ardea Lodge, also to Mrs Biddlecombe for her donation following the sad loss of her husband Keith and to the Rotary club of Chestfield. We wish Craig Rouse luck in his challenge of doing 1000k in a year, follow link to donate.
SNAAP's governing document is its Memorandum and Articles of Association, which states that its objects are “the relief of children and young persons with disabilities or special needs, living in the East Kent area, by the provision of information, advice and support to their parents, leisure activities for the children and young people and such other charitable activities as the directors in their absolute discretion shall decide”.

SNAAP is governed by a board of directors who are known as trustees.

Legal Structure

SNAAP was formed in 2003 and was registered as a charity in February 2001 (Registered Charity No. 1107944). In 2009 it was agreed by the trustees that SNAAP should become a Charitable Company Limited by Guarantee. SNAAP (Company No. 06800689) was incorporated under the Companies Act 1985 on 26th January 2009 and was registered as a charity by the Charities Commission on12th June 2009 (Registered Charity No. 1130149). SNAAP (Special Needs Advisory & Activities Project) has continued to be known as 'SNAAP' and that acronym has been used throughout the report.

The members' liability in the event of SNAAP winding up is £10 each.

Working Structure

The Manager reports directly to the trustees at the Executive Committee meetings, which are held a minimum of four times a year.

The day-to-day running of SNAAP is entrusted to the Manager.

SNAAP's Policies

SNAAP implements the following policies, which are reviewed annually:
• Child Protection   • Whistleblowing   • Complaints Confidentiality   • Data Protection   • Equal Opportunities
• Anti-bullying   • Environmental   • Compassionate Leave   • E-mail & Internet Use  
• Grievance & Disciplinary Procedures   • Trustee Travel and Expenses   • Health & Safety Code of Practice
• Recruitment & Selection   • SNAAP’s Financial Controls   • SNAAP’s Internal Standing Orders
• Lone Worker Policy   • Volunteering
A copy of any of these policies can be provided for you on request by contacting the office, but you may find the following policies particularly useful :
Strategic Plan
This plan describes how SNAAP plan to develop over the next five years and sets out our core mission, aims and short and long term objectives. It also presents the fundamental principles that underpin all our activities.
Here is a link to our previous Strategic plan, for 2011-2015.
Accounts & Reports
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SNAAP is a private company limited by guarantee incorporated in England & Wales with registration number 06800689 whose registered office address is Windchimes, Reynolds Close, Herne Bay, Kent CT6 6DS and is a charity registered with number 1130149.