Amaze is one of the 3 lucky charities of the current Mayor of Eastbourne Councillor Pat Rodohan. Amaze supports families with disabled children and young people in Sussex.

Young people with SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) from our Amazing Futures Project have been gaining skills through the partnership with the Mayor. They have organised a fundraising event to benefit all the Mayor’s charities 2021/22.

The SEND friendly Neon Disco is for young people aged 14-25. It will be held on Friday 25th February, 7-9pm at the Tennis Centre Hardwick Suite, Lawn Tennis Centre, Eastbourne. Tickets are £7, which includes a glow stick and optional face paint. Tickets are available through eventbrite or in person, at Eastbourne Tourist Information Centre. Poster attached. Tickets:

We hope this Disco will attract a lot of young people and give them a much needed opportunity to let their hair down and have some fun. It is especially important after the pandemic as we know many young people with SEND faced increased feelings of anxiety and loneliness with fewer places to go where they feel safe.

Please share details of our event far and wide to help us reach more young people. Thank you.

About Amazing Futures:

Amazing Futures is a peer support project for young people aged 14-25 with special educational needs and disabilities in Brighton & Hove and East Sussex. Trained teams of young people, with and without additional needs, act as volunteer peer supporters. They provide one-to-one peer support and help run a range of activity sessions. The project also offers leadership experience, training, volunteering opportunities and paid internships, helping to develop self-confidence and prepare for the future.

About Amaze

Amaze is a Sussex-wide charity supporting families with disabled children. Amaze gives information, advice and support to parents of children with special educational needs and disabilities in East Sussex and Brighton and Hove. Amaze supports families through the emotional and practical demands of getting the right services in finance, education, health care and leisure. Widely recognised as a model of best practice in the UK, the charity works to empower parents to help children and young people lead fulfilled lives.