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CASPA VOLUNTEER NOMINATED FOR JACK PETCHEY AWARD

CASPA VOLUNTEER NOMINATED FOR A JACK PETCHEY AWARD

A young CASPA Volunteer, Lily Rose Arnold from Petts Wood was nominated for a Jack Petchey Award. Lily aged 15, received £300 which she chose to donate back to CASPA to spend on new toys for the Junior club. 

Lily has been volunteering at CASPA for a while now and loves working with the Autistic Children.  

Lily said: “I enjoy helping children figure out who they are, SEN is an area that I would like to work with in the future. Working at CASPA is a great experience and start to my future.” 

She continued: “I chose CASPA because of the great things they do with the children and there’s always items and new experiences to have.” 

The Jack Petchey Award is a programme that recognises outstanding young people aged 11-25 across London and Essex. The award is given to young people who achieve something remarkable, make notable progress or overcome difficulty. The award includes a medallion, a certificate, a celebration event and a £300 grant to benefit other young people in their school or club. The programme also provides additional funding to support the activities of the schools and youth organisations that participate in the scheme.