At this time last year we launched Scooter Aid - our scheme to give the gift of play to underprivileged children across the UK, Africa and India.
With Christmas fast approaching we thought it timely to sit down and contemplate just what YOU have achieved through your donations of old Micro Scooters.
OVER 200 SCOOTERS HAVE BEEN REDISTRIBUTED BY THE SCHEME
Thank you to everyone who sent in their old scooter. Learn how to get involved here if you can.
OVER 1,000 CHILDREN HAVE BENEFITED FROM RECEIVING YOUR OLD MICRO SCOOTERS
From play schemes for children with special needs to providing play opportunities for under privileged families your scooters have helped children all over the UK.
We'd like to say a big fat scooting thank you for your donations. We have every intention of carrying on the scheme in 2014. If you would like to:
We would be very grateful.
Anna & Philippa
p.s. A list of schemes who have benefited from receiving your scooters so far this year are...
Chelmondiston Toddler Group
Falconers Hill Infant School - An eco school
AIMS - A community group for special needs children - Teignbridge
The Children's Ward at Blackpool Victoria Hospital
The Rowner Family Centre - A play scheme for under privileged children
Leeds General Infirmary, Paediatric Oncology
The Edinburgh Twins Club
Rainbow Trust Children's Charity - supporting children with terminal illness
St Gregorys Primary School
Lordship Lane Primary School
Maple Primary School - Raffle
Holy Ghost Primary School
Cranmere Primary School
Colchester Home Start - supporting under privileged families
Stepping Stones Nursery - special needs children
Keep the Beat - Children with half a heart
Friends of Families in the Forces
Mishon - Helping families
CASPA - A youth group for children with autism
Special needs occupational therapist - donation for use as a therapy tool
PYC Youth Club
The Willows Centre for Children
Stafford Hospital - Shugborough Children's Ward
St Mary's C of E Primary School
St Oswalds Children's Hospice
We would be most grateful if you could help us make the list much much longer!
Get involved here