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The Springboard Opportunity Group: Just Giving.


Actor Rupert Graves is a patron of this established and worthwhile charity.

Please read about this charity, and if you can help please do. Thank you.


  • Message from Rupert Graves .....
  • Rupert would like to say a massive thank you to all who donated to Just Giving.
  • You raised an incredible 2,000 in just a few days !
  • Thank you so much !

More about The Springboard Opportunity Group: Just Giving, and how you can help.

Springboard Opportunity Group is a voluntary sector daycare provider, registered and inspected by Ofsted. It is a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee. The charity is managed by a group of elected trustees, many of whom are parents of children who currently or formerly benefited from Springboard.

Springboard was formed in 1986 by a small group of parents living in North Somerset, who all had pre-school age children with special educational needs and could not find the support they required during the early years of their children's lives.

Since Springboard Opportunity Group started, it has worked with just over 1000 children and their families and it now provide a vital service for over 90 children and their families every week.

Springboard Opportunity Group works with a wide range of children with additional needs including those with autistic spectrum disorders, physical disabilities, sensory impairment, emotional and behavioural difficulties, communication difficulties and other learning disabilities.

It benefits from having a strong team of 27 qualified and experienced staff and involve over 30 dedicated and hard-working volunteers. The staff have built up a strong base of knowledge and expertise over many years, which is shared with parents and carers and with staff in local authority pre-schools.

Springboard is the only organisation of its kind in the North Somerset area. It's services are tailored to the development needs of each child, enabling them to build the essential strong foundations that will benefit them for the rest of their lives.

Make a donation:

Donating to Springboard.

Providing specialist support, often on a one-to-one basis, is costly. Springboard need to raise over £1000 a day to maintain theirservices. You can help by giving a regular monthly gift or a one-off donation.
Either way, you will be helping young children with additional needs to gain the best possible start in life.

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