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The club is one of the busiest in South Gloucestershire and regularly welcomes around 500 young people through its doors each week.
The theft has been reported to police who have been at the club carrying out an investigation.
Once inside they forced open the digital safe kept under the desk and took the which had been raised by selling the wristbands.
"They wanted to do something to raise money in his memory it has been very important to them.
Aaron's best friend, Connor Wiltshire, 14, of Longwell Green, said: "I am very upset and find it hard to believe someone could sink so low to do something like this."
Popular Aaron, 14, was with friends at the riverside in July when he decided to go down a chute in the middle of Prada Bags Advertisement the weir but was dragged under water by the current.
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"It is so upsetting that this money which has been raised in memory of Aaron and Rob has been stolen."
But on Christmas Eve which would have been Aaron's 15th birthday club manager Aaron Bees Burberry Handbag Discount
used a spade to smash their way into the office.
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Money raised for Aaron Burgess
"Aaron died in the summer and everyone was devastated by his death.
Mr Bees, 32, who has run the High Street youth centre for eight and a half years, said: "Everyone is devastated at the break in.
The club is currently closed over the Christmas holidays and due to re open on January 7.
Aaron's family and friends said they were sickened by the theft.
Also in the safe was money raised to replace a bench installed in memory of 12 year old Rob Davis who died after he was hit by a motorcycle on the ring road at Longwell Green six years ago.
Aaron's dad, Jamie Burgess, 35, said: "It is sick someone can take money which was raised in memory of Aaron and which people have worked so hard to raise. I hope the police catch whoever is responsible."
Friends of Aaron's at Hanham Youth Club, which he used to attend, had been raising funds in memory of their pal by selling coloured wristbands for with the words Rest in Peace Aaron ABF (Aaron Burgess Forever) Burgess.
Despite frantic attempts by friends, Aaron could not be saved and after a six hour search by police, firefighters and volunteers, the Sir Bernard Lovell pupil was found dead.
A further of the club's own money was also stolen from the safe. The thieves also got into the main room of the club and into the coffee bar where they stole from the tills, around from a fundraising bucket on the bar and some controllers for a Playstation3 games console.
"Aaron used to come to the youth club and there are still lots of his friends which attend.
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The bill for repairing the damage to the club is expected to run into at least a couple of thousand pounds.
Mr Bees put news of the break in on the club's Facebook page with people describing the theft as "disgusting" and said they hoped the thieves "got their comeuppance".
Around had been raised to help towards the cost of replacing the bench which was installed after his death but had fallen into a poor state of repair and had to be removed by the council.
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