Founded by Anne-Marie and Jenni, RollaDome has evolved from a simple skating class into a comprehensive youth development hub. Our journey has been truly remarkable. We’ve not only introduced young people to the joy of skating but also empowered them through initiatives like the Buddies Scheme, Young Leaders, and our Home Education services. Now, we’re focusing on NEET young people, offering them vital employability skills and a path to a brighter future.
We are at a pivotal moment. RollaDome All Skate has been honored to be chosen as a beneficiary of the Sporting Chance Prize Draw. This isn’t just a fundraising opportunity; it’s a testament to the power of community and shared goals..
Your support is the cornerstone of our efforts. Participating in the Sporting Chance Prize Draw means your donation can have an even greater impact. We aim to raise £10,000 – a goal that goes beyond free skating lessons. This fund is pivotal in creating employment opportunities, providing professional training, and equipping our youth with essential tools for success.
Sporting Chance Prize Draw, founded during the challenging times of the 2020 lockdown, is more than just a prize draw. It’s a beacon of hope for small charities, uniting individuals and organizations from the sporting community to support causes like ours.
Your contribution will translate directly into life-changing opportunities for our youth:
🌟 With £2,000 raised, we provide essential resources for our training and development programs.
🚀 At £5,000, we create part-time employment opportunities for young adults.
💥 Reaching £7,000 expands our capacity for specialized skills training.
🌈 And at £10,000, we significantly increase the number of full-time employment opportunities and training programs available.
Your support is not just a donation; it’s an investment in the future leaders of our community. If you have any questions or would like to discuss this further, please feel free to contact me directly.
Thank you for your unwavering support and belief in our mission.”