Our Aim is your peace of mind


Snoop is a registered charity run by a voluntary management committee and qualified staff with expertise working with young people with disabilities and complex health needs aged 2-25+years.

We accept every young person for who they are and how they are.

About us


We offer many services for children and young people with disabilities including before and after school care, play schemes, Young adults, Youth Club, Safe Places Scheme and support for parents and carers.


Latest News

Jenny is running again!

Run for SNOOP! On the 12th of May 2024, I will be participating in the Rob Burrows Leeds Marathon, dedicating my run to raise funds for SNOOP (Special Needs Objective Outreach Project), a local charity that supports Children and Young Adults with learning disabilities and neurodivergence. SNOOP holds a special place in my heart, not […]

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Fundraising Newsletter February 2024

Here’s Snoop’s latest fundraising newsletter. Read it here and find out more about how you can help. Our vision Fundraising spotlight Our community Community story Supporter challenges Team days Community events Our year in fundraising

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Table Top Sale Saturday March 23rd

Please join us on Saturday March 23rd, from 12 pm to 2 pm to browse the bargains on sale, and enjoy some refreshments. Tables can be booked if you’d like to sell your own pre-loved items, but get in touch soon as tables are limited. Book by calling 01274 292126 or emailing jenny.turner@snoopcharity.org  You can […]

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We are a registered charity and rely on funding and grants, therefore are always looking for new and exciting fundraising opportunities. We would love to hear of any new ideas or if you can help us in any way. We hold fundraising events on a regular basis not only to raise valuable much needed funds but to also meet and make new friends and have fun too.

  • Chris has Autism and his Snoop journey started aged 5. Snoop helped him learn and practice the social life skills needed to become successful and to cope with everyday life. Given the many  opportunities that Snoop offered helped him gain valuable employability skills. Chris is now a West Yorkshire Police Constable and in his words ‘is living the dream’

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As a charity we rely on funding and donations to continue our work supporting young people and their parents and carers.

All donations large and small are most welcome.

Every donation makes a difference to the lives of our young people.