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Volunteering for Youth & Under 30s

 

Volunteering is a great way to give something back, looks good on CVs and applications, lets you meet new people and is fun! Plus, if you're aged 14-25, you can be recognised through Millennium Volunteers.

 

Volunteer Profiles

What makes people like you volunteer? Well, here's your chance to see what they are all about

Ben Mooney
Name: Ben Mooney
Age: 10

Where do you volunteer?
MS Society Event

What inspired you to get involved?
My granny died before I was born. She had Multiple Sclerosis and cancer. My mum had done some firewalks for the MS Society and so I wanted to do something to help too. I started with the Santa Dash and Dander and have kept going, raising money for different charities since then.

What does your volunteering involve?
My volunteering is supporting fundraising events for charity. I have done charity runs, walks and even gone ‘up the Lagan in a bubble’ for charity. I’m also a Charity Ambassador at my school so I’ve done different things for the school’s charities.

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