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Your support is vital to help these inner city young people achieve their dreams of a brighter future. The time and effort from SYC members and volunteers to make progress in making this project a reality.

 

Please show us your support by donating  money here or alternatively if you are able to donate office goods or service please get in touch here.

 

How can I join Springfield Youth Club?

We believe there is no better way to practise youth work through neighbourhood youth clubs, which are safe, trusted, and fun places that young people choose to go to.

 

Click here to find out more on how to become a member.

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Where is Springfield Youth Club and how do I get there?

To find out how to get to Springfield Youth Club from Upper Clapton by public transport or walking directions, please click here.

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When is Springfield Youth Club Open?

Springfield Youth Club is open Monday-Friday from 18:30-20:30 PM.

(Excluding Tuesday 18:00-20:00PM)

 

Special Guests to Springfield Youth Club

Springfield Youth Club are delighted and proud to have welcomed a number of honoured guests to the club.

"All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them."                                                                                                                            -Walt Disney

Every year our members work with a number of young people, supporting and challenging them to be the best they can be. This is not possible without your help and the dedicated volunteers supporting our worthy fight for a brighter future.

 

Why Volunteer at Springfield Youth Club?

 

Volunteering at Springfield Youth club will help you make new friends increase your confidence and lets you play a part in your community. It can also give you a better chance of getting paid work, improving your career prospects or getting a place at university by helping you to:

· Learn new skills

· Practice the skills you have

· Build your confidence

· Meet people who can help you find paid work

· Put your volunteering experience on your CV

· Show employers you can keep regular hours and handle commitment

· Have things to talk about in a job interview, and get references

 

Other benefits of volunteering include:

· Having fun doing something you’ve never tried before

· A sense of satisfaction and achievement

· The opportunity to make new friends and contacts with diverse backgrounds and experiences

 

*Please note: All volunteers will undergo an Enhanced Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) check. If you are keen to come and volunteer then please 'drop us a line' below and we will be in touch or email Steve Herbert.

 

The Management Committee are all very skilled and experienced individuals, who support each member of the club according to their needs at various levels.

 

Members of the club are also made aware that the have the support from the NSPCC and Childline, who will treat their case with care and confidentiality.