Our annual Golf Day fundraiser returns once more this week to Seckford Golf Club in Woodbridge, promising another fantastic day on and off the course. All funds raised from the day go to help the fantastic work performed in the local community by Grandmentors Ipswich and Equip Mentoring. These two life-changing projects use mentorship to help young people reach their full potential and gain the opportunities they deserve, regardless of circumstance. Run alongside CFB … Continued
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For Volunteers’ Week we asked Engagement Manager Jenna and volunteers Laura and Terry to give us some insight into how volunteering has given them opportunities that have moved them forwards in their career.
Sean told us about volunteering his time, energy and experience to produced podcasts for Mental Health Awareness Week with our team in Pontypool.
From 2 June Paul Reddish will be zipping up his Lycra and stocking up on energy bars to cycle 1000km between Edinburgh and London.
The Newcastle Passport Scheme will enable the formation of a network of volunteers who are fully recruited, trained, supported and ready to respond quickly and appropriately to the needs of the local community.
Sancia is involved with Grandmentors Brent as a young person, and she also runs a youth social action podcast about the experience of care leavers.
The Job Bridge project has come to an end. We are glad to announce that we have been able to achieve the aspired result. Here is what we did, in a nutshell: As part of the Job Bridge project, facilitators of learning initiatives for young people participated in an extensive training course in Göttingen in February … Continued
Team London Young Ambassadors delivers a Youth Social Action programme to Alternative Provision, Pupil Referral Units and Special Educational Need and Disability schools. The programme will deliver in school sessions that encourage and support young people aged 10 – 18 to explore issues that are meaningful and relevant to them, inform system change and address … Continued
Led by volunteers aged 16-25, who have been supported and trained by our team, these young people want to play an active role in their community by championing mental health, whilst developing their own skills at the same time.
The Peer Perspectives project involves recruiting young people aged 16-25, training them on issues related to mental health, working with them to create workshops that can be delivered to other young people, and providing volunteers with a valuable development opportunity along the way. This project is very much about giving young people the space and the tools they need to talk confidently about mental … Continued