Casual Playworker vacancies

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Get help!

There are lots of ways ELHAP can help your family. Please check out our range of services for children, young people and adults with disabilities and who have experienced disadvantage... Read more

Please support children and young people today

Help us make lives brighter for children and young people with disabilities in East London and Essex. Read more

Roles and opportunities

We have lots of volunteer opportunities at ELHAP...There is a role for everyone so please apply to volunteer at ELHAP! Read more

How to apply

How to apply to become a volunteer at ELHAP Read more

Why volunteer

Volunteer at ELHAP and make a real difference. There are so many reasons to volunteer at ELHAP, including to gain valuable work experience, develop your confidence and self-esteem, improve your CV and your employability as well as to enhance your UCAS application. Read more

Fundraising ideas

Get Fundraising and Have Fun! There are so many ways you can fundraise - as well as supporting a great cause, it can be a way to get fit, meet new people and have fun with friends and family. Read more

How to get started

Fundraising is the life-blood of ELHAP. Like many front-line organisations, we have been hit hard by the financial down-turn. We now urgently need the support of the public if we are to continue providing a life-line to children, adults and families in East London. Read more


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‘On the days Danny goes to ELHAP, he's often up from 4’oclock telling us to get up ready to go - that’s how exciting he finds it!’ Danny's mum Read more

The difference we make

ELHAP's services enable children and young people to experience the magic, freedom, creativity, fun and challenges of inclusive adventure play. These experiences impact on our service users in so many positive ways. Read more

What is Adventure Play?

Adventure play is all about having fun, taking managed risks (this means taking risks that are safe but exciting) and learning about the world through play. Read more