The Whitehawk After School Project is a life-changing resource for kids in one of Brighton's most disadvantaged areas


Help support an important
local resource 


The Whitehawk After School Project (WASP), part of Sussex charity Impact Initiatives, gives some of the county’s most vulnerable children a place to play, learn and socialise in an environment of warmth and safety. The After School Club and Summer Play Scheme offer a haven of encouragement and understanding for many children suffering difficult circumstances at school, at home and in other aspects of their lives.

Despite being a simple, cost-effective solution to a range of issues in a deprived community, as is the case with other similar schemes around the country, WASP is no longer being funded by local authorities.

WASP positively influences a great number of children and parents in Whitehawk, but needs on-going help to continue with its work.

You can make a donation to WASP


Or to donate resources to WASP – things like drawing equipment, toys and games...

To help spread the word about WASP...

To donate your time to WASP – your expertise or volunteering...

To sponsor a WASP Summer Play Scheme day, on or off-site...

To become a long-term sponsor of a child or the group...

Contact Garry Allan at