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The Max Card is a discount initiative which has been designed to make days out more affordable for children and young people with special educational needs aged 0-19 years, and their parents or carers.
Originally set up by the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA) in 2004. The aim of the initiative was to encourage looked-after children and their carers to enjoy more cultural and educational days out together.
The MLA was abolished in 2010, and Dubit Limited, a children’s games development company, were approached to look after the Max Card scheme shortly after. Dubit Limited decided to take the scheme on as a corporate social responsibility project, and opted to roll the Max Card out nationally following the demand of the scheme within its pilot area, Yorkshire.
In 2013, Dubit extended the criteria to children and young people with additional needs and disabilities, following a substantial number of requests from families across the UK.
Today over 60000 households are benefiting from the initiative, using their cards to gain discounts to over 1100 attractions across the UK. Partners include Legoland, Skiplex, Go Ape, Ten Pin Bowling and Butlins.
Visit www.mymaxcard.co.uk to browse discounts for over 1100 attractions
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