Date: Thursday 13 December 2018
Bromley based support service CASPA has received £250 funding from our South Thames region, which will go towards running the charity’s specialist social clubs.
CASPA currently work with approximately 300 children and young people with autism who live in the London borough of Bromley.The charity aims to give all families advice, information and support, as well as giving young people with autism the opportunity to have fun and development lifelong friendships in an environment they are comfortable in.
Commenting on the support from Taylor Wimpey Zoey Golding, Programme Manager at CASPA, said: “We could not continue our services without generous donations like this one from Taylor Wimpey. Everyone at CASPA is passionate about providing inspirational activities and opportunities for children and young people with autism, and our services help them to improve their social, communication and independent living skills. We would like to say a big thank you to Taylor Wimpey for their support and for the kind donation.”
Louise Adams, Sales Manager at Taylor Wimpey South Thames, said: “We are proud to have donated £250 to CASPA who play an important role in helping autistic children and young people, as well as their families. We are committed to giving something back to the areas in which we are building and I look forward to hearing more about the incredible work of CASPA in the future.