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CHARITABLE CAUSES, PROMOTION & PARTNERSHIP


much of a positive impact that can have on health and wellbeing so I was keen to get involved and help children who may not otherwise have the same sorts of opportunities as other children.


WHAT DOES YOUR ROLE AS A CHICKS VOLUNTEER INVOLVE? I assist the respite break leaders on breaks. My role is to be on hand to help the children on break enjoy new experiences and take on new challenges, but in a safe and supportive environment. I enjoyed the mentoring aspect of my volunteering role too. Talking with the children, taking part in activities and helping them feel more confident by encouraging, praising and listening to them is incredibly rewarding.


WHAT MOTIVATES YOU TO VOLUNTEER? I’ve always had a passion for helping people; it just makes me really happy knowing that I’ve helped others and have made a difference.


WHAT DO YOU ENJOY MOST ABOUT VOLUNTEERING? There’s so much I enjoy about volunteering; having fun myself, getting involved with the activities, making new friends with other volunteers - but most of all just seeing the children grow with confidence, having fun and challenging themselves.


WHAT SORTS OF SKILLS DO YOU BRING TO A VOLUNTEERING ROLE? I’m an outdoor activity instructor myself so I’ve got experience when it comes to running activities, especially outdoor-based ones such as mud-runs. I approach everything with 100% enthusiasm which in turn makes the children more enthusiastic themselves despite them maybe feeling a bit nervous.


WHAT HAVE YOU GAINED FROM VOLUNTEERING? I’ve gained much more confidence - I’ve always been a bit shy myself, especially in groups, so to feel more confident has been great and a real help to my own personal development. I also have a burning desire to come back again and volunteer with CHICKS because I loved every second of it.


WHY DO YOU THINK VOLUNTEERING IS A GOOD THING TO DO? I think it’s a great thing to do because ultimately you will have a lot of fun yourself and you’ll meet, see and learn about different walks of life – giving you a new perspective – which can only be a good thing.


Providing a lifetime of support to soldiers, veterans and their immediate families.


CHICKS’ children’s holiday retreat in Fenny Bentley, Derbyshire


YOU CHOOSE ACTION WE DELIVER


Action Deafness (AD) specialises in intelligent solutions which are tailor made for you.


Our unique insight enables us to take action to resolve the issues faced everyday by people who are deaf, deafened and hard of hearing (D/deaf).


Our competitive services are delivered seamlessly wherever you are in the UK, 7 days a week.


To donate or to find out how you can support our Charity, visit:


www.soldierscharity.org


T: 020 7901 8900 E: fundraising@soldierscharity.org Registered Office: Mountbarrow House • 12 Elizabeth Street • London • SW1W 9RB


ABF The Soldiers’ Charity is a registered charity in England and Wales (1146420) and Scotland (039189)


Registered as a company limited by guarantee in England and Wales (07974609) 52 business network June 2018


We provide bespoke BSL communication services, support, training and community engagement.


Contact us today for a free, no obligation chat:


T: 0116 253 3200 E: enquiries@actiondeafness.org.uk W: www.actiondeafness.org.uk


Registered Charity No: 1163758


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