Adam shaves his head for AAC!

Do you remember Adam? Easily recognizable around town for his wild hair? He shaved off his crazy curls to raise money for AAC and raised a massive £440!!
Adam, thank you so much! And to do this in winter? Your head must be freezing!
Love AAC x

News from our Come Fly With Me Ball!

Thanks to you, our wonderful supporters, we raised £9,955 for Always A Chance! We are so very grateful for your continued efforts and appreciate your generosity.

The majority of this money will go towards funding something called The Hitz Project, which takes place in various towns/cities across the UK. We have lots of projects planned with them for 2016 – stay tuned!

We believe that sport plays a huge role in education and life skills by preventing exclusion and uniting people from all backgrounds. By encouraging youth into sport, we hope to transform lives and positively engage disadvantaged communities.

We will be continuing to support other local and national charities.

Time to start planning the next ball…

Thank you thank you x

Fundraise for AAC every time you shop! has been set up to help raise money for charities, simply by shopping online.

There are many big names who are participating including Amazon, Argos, B&Q, Next, M&S and John Lewis. You can also sign up to pay in store as well as on line.

Here’s what you need to do:

  • register your email address with easy fundraising
  • go to 
  • search for the shop you want
  • shop as normal on that website (it knows you’ve gone through easy fundraising)
  • when you go to pay, find Always A Chance
  • as your shopping is purchased, the shop donates to AAC


Thank you Stan!

A huge thank you to Stan Cooper who recently gave a presentation at a local school. With an audience of 400 people, predominantly students leaving school and heading to university, the spirit of the evening was to encourage everyone to make the most of their opportunities. In light of this, the school invited Always A Chance to help send this important message to their students. Thank you to the school and the students for having us, and thank you to Stan for sharing some of the beliefs of the Always A Chance family.


Donations Instead of Flowers

After some devastating losses in the AAC family, we would like to thank the families and friends of Desmond Walton, Ronald Way and Malcom Edwards.

Thank you for so generously choosing to donate to Always A Chance in memory of your loved ones instead of buying flowers. Their spirits will live on through the many young people we aim to help, as well as the families affected by violent crime.