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Newlife foundation for disabled childrenStaffordshire Youth Offending Service have worked with Newlife, allowing young people, as part of their community payback, the opportunity to make a positive contribution to the lives of disabled and terminally ill children.

As part of a young person's reparation they can volunteer join the Newlife project, mending broken jewellery for sale through Newlife stores.

Profits from their trading operation fund a range of practical services for disabled and terminally ill under-19s and their families, through Newlife.

Newlife have been really supportive of our work and we hope they have found this relationship positive.

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