Charity snaps up a generous donation from Leeds law firm

A Leeds charity that provides support services for children with additional needs has received a donation of more than £38,600 from Irwin Mitchell.

Yorkshire Evening Post 19/03/2020

Why your Staff Festival charity vote is so important

With voting in full swing for the 2020 Staff Festival charity, last year’s beneficiary has revealed just how important this support is to the chosen good cause.

University of Leeds, 11th March 2020

Leeds charity SNAPS hails its new president at a big tea party

THE founder of a Leeds charity which helps children with additional needs and their families has celebrated her new presidential role in fine style.

Yorkshire Evening Post, 3rd March 2020

Local Charity Set To Benefit As Irwin Mitchell Charity Of The Year

Colleagues at the Leeds office of Irwin Mitchell had a real hoot recently, raising a glass or two courtesy of a local gin distillery and over £1,170 for their 2019 Charity of the Year in the process.

Irwin Mitchell, 12th November 2019

Law Firm SNAPS Up Over £2,700 Walking For Local Charity

More than 30 colleagues from the Leeds office of Irwin Mitchell raised over £2,700 for their 2019 Charity of the Year SNAPS (Special Needs and Parent Support) by completing a 12-mile sponsored walk.

Irwin Mitchell, 8th October 2019

Superheroes zoomed into view for SNAPS in South Leeds

[press post="3406"] The ‘fun run’ style event for children with additional needs was launched by the Lord Mayor of Leeds, Coun Eileen Taylor, who also took part in a lap of the Zoom.

Yorkshire Evening Post, 17th September 2019

Leeds charity SNAPS gets financial boost for Irwin Mitchell

SNAPS (Special Needs And Parent Support) was presented with a cheque for £4,000 by the Irwin Mitchell Charities Foundation after being named charity of the year 2018/19 for the firm’s Leeds office. The money was raised through various activities between August and December last year.

Yorkshire Post, 14th May 2019

Leeds support group spreads its wings over West Yorkshire

A city group which supports children with additional needs is reaching out across the region. LEEDS CANN (Children with Additional Needs Network) will now be known as West Yorkshire CANN.

Yorkshire Evening Post - 9th April 2019

Football club for kids with additional needs launches in Leeds

A city charity which helps children with additional needs has launched two major initiatives in short succession.

Yorkshire Evening Post - 30th April 2019

Join Superhero Zoom fun day

Yorkshire Evening Post - 29th April 2019 and Wharf Valley Times - 2nd May 2019

SNAPS launches inclusive football club

Local charity SNAPS has launched a new football club on Sunday mornings for children with additional needs and their siblings.

South Leeds Life - 29th April 2019

SNAPS' Football Coach Hunt

Our search for Football coaches was promoted in the Yorkshire Evening post. Can you help?: https://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/news/kids-football-coaches-call-up-1-9628088

SNAPS: Make a splash with £100k fund in Leeds

YOUNGSTERS are making quite a splash thanks to funding from Red Nose Day Community Cash.

Yorkshire Evening Post - February 27, 2015

SNAPS: Golf club to tee off fundraising for Leeds children’s charity

A Leeds charity which was in danger of closing has been given a glimmer of hope by fundraisers at a golf club.

Yorkshire Evening Post - January 9, 2013