The DASH Club welcomes Mary Cuttle as its new project manager. Mary will be working with Sean our development officer to deliver DASH's programme of activities, and to develop DASH over the next few years.
YOU ARE INVITED TO THE DASH CLUB ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Thursday 27th October 2016 10am-11 30am Followed by regular board meeting 11 30am-1pm Possilpoint Community Centre 130 Denmark Street Glasgow G22 5LQ Presenting: Chair, Project manager, Development Officer We would be delighted if you could join us on this
Dash Club is looking for a new project manager to work with the Development Officer to deliver a programme of activities for young people with complex additional needs. Salary: £24,983 pro-rata Salary info: £14,276 per annum (24,983 pro rata) part-time: 20 hours a week (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday). Position: Permanent – subject to funding Status:
She's done it! 100 days of handstands! And she managed to raise over £1200 for the DASH Club! Sca's fudnraising page has been active for the whole 3 months of this challenge and we would like to congratulate Sca for her tremendous achievement! Here you can see Sca doing her handstands in a short
We are looking for 15 individuals to be part of our new volunteering programme. We are looking for dedicated volunteers who are passionate about experiences of secondary aged young people with special needs. Volunteers can either be part of a fundraising team or help assist the Support Workers in running activities and looking after young people
On the 18th June which was also Father's Day, Stuart Baillie, our staff member, completed a 10k run as part of Men's Health charity event. He fund-raised £125 for The DASH Club and we would love to say both thank you and well done to you!
During the first two weeks in July, we run a very successful Summer Program for our young people, like we do every year. We had plenty to offer to our young troopers ans were ready for good and bad weather. We were as lucky as one can be, given we
The DASH Club would like to congratulate John Shanks, Martin Craw and Joe Mclean to complete the almost 1000mile journey and in an amazing time of just 13 days! Thank you, guys for helping us raise money for our charity. We hope that you have recovered well and we look forward to hearing about your
Martin Craw, John Shanks and Joe McLean; three friends took on this personal challenge because they share passion for cycling. It is one of the most eco-friendly types of commuting and it is fun! But not everyone is lucky to be able to enjoy cycling. There are many people, including young people, that can't cycle
We are honoured to be rewarded by Brian Beacom Memorial Fund presented to us by North Area Transport Association (NATA) on the 14th June 2016. We have been awarded £1000 in recognition of our 'excellent support with young people with sensory, physical and learning needs.' We are extremely proud as for us this