Welcome to Me2 Club

Me2 Club is an inclusion charity for children and young people with additional needs and disabilities in the Wokingham and Reading Boroughs. We support children and young people aged 5-19 to take part in mainstream leisure activities by recruiting and training volunteers to ‘buddy’ 1:1 with them (2:1 when required) so they can join in and have fun. With our help they can access a wide range of activities including sports clubs, uniformed groups and drama classes. We do not require a formal diagnosis to offer support.

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COVID-19 Update

We have now resumed our core service and will be supporting children to return to their weekly mainstream activity with the help of our volunteers.

We are experiencing a higher than usual level of demand for our service and are prioritising children known to Me2 Club. We are still able to accept new referrals for children, however, new requests for help will be added to a waiting list. Due to COVID-19 and our organisational recovery we cannot guarantee a time frame to take forward new referrals. A member of our team will contact you when we are able to offer your child a service.

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Latest News

  • New Office!
    We are excited to announce we have officially moved offices to make room for our growing team! Our new address is: Me2 Club, Unit 9 Indigo House, Fishponds Road, Wokingham, RG41 2GY
  • Theresa May meets Me2 Club
    We were honoured to welcome Theresa May MP to meet our team and to hear aboutour vital work over the pandemic as well as the difference we make in supporting childrenattend their favourite weekly leisure activities. We were joined by Lucy, our Chair of Trustees who is also the parent of a child supported byMe2… read more
  • Summer Raffle Winners
    We are excited to announce the winners of our Summer Raffle, which this year has kindly been sponsored by ROLABOTIC Ltd. Tickets were drawn by guests including The High Sheriff of Berkshire, Willie Hartley Russell, and Reading’s Deputy Mayor, Cllr Rachel Eden. 1st Prize is a £150 is John Lewis Vouchers – won by J… read more
  • Pop-up Toy Shop
    On Wednesday 11th August we ran our first community fundraising event since the start of the pandemic – a Pop-up Toy Shop in Woodley. The event was officially opened by Woodley Town Council’s Deputy Mayor, Cllr Kay Gilder, who said “I enjoyed meeting some of  Me2 Club’s volunteers and supporters and learning more about the charity…. read more
  • Pandemic Recovery Appeal
    We have launched our Pandemic Recovery Appeal! We need to raise a further £115k this year to fund the recovery work needed for young people to rebuild their confidence and independence. Please support if you can. Your generous donations will mean that you’ll be helping us continue to be there for young people and prevent… read more
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