At the first they made cakes at home and brought them into the centre to sell and raise money for McMillan Cancer Support. Then it was the turn of Children in Need.
The members made cakes in the centre to go with hot dogs and wedges to provide a supper for a whole host of young people who raised money by performing in the Centre.
They had singers, comedians, acrobatics and dancers give a house filling performance (You might get to see them for yourself at their Christmas Spectacular in Aveley High Street on Sunday 1st December).
All performances and food were prepared by the young people themselves.
In total they raised £64.62 for McMillan and another £76.32 for Children In Need.