At the 28th we’re making it easier and more fun to get involved. We’ll work in teams and share tasks rather than insisting on those willing to help to take on formal roles.
The volunteering landscape has changed. The National Council for Voluntary Organisations has found that since the pandemic, people are less likely to commit to an ongoing commitment, but flexible opportunities are more attractive and accessible to people working full time and raising families in particular.
Ultimately, our aim is to prepare more young people with skills for life. More hands = more opportunity.
How does it work?
- Let us know your skills, interests, and availability
- We’ll invite you to our volunteers community on whatsapp (your number is private)
- When opportunities come up, we’ll share it in the whatsapp & send a note to those with matching skills and interests
The best part? The benefits of volunteering goes both ways. It’s good for young people, and it’s good for you.
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