How to recognise a volunteer

No this is not a lesson in, How to identify a volunteer from quite a long way away! The Daily Telegraph are looking for young volunteers (10-18) who make a difference to their communities. Details in ‘continue reading’

The Sunday Telegraph is proud to have launched the Spirit of the Community Awards, to honour young people aged between 10 and 18 and reward the best of them for their community service.
The awards are being sponsored by the Reuben Brothers Foundation and supported by groups including the Scouts, Girlguiding UK and The Prince’s Trust.
Those wishing to enter need to have undertaken unpaid voluntary work in the United Kingdom or abroad sometime between June 1, 2005 and May 30, 2006 and to be nominated by someone such as a teacher or a Scout leader. The entry form will be in the Sunday Telegraph each week until the closing date of May 31, 2006.
The winners will be announced at a ceremony in London in October. The winner will receive £5,000 and the runner-up £2,500. Ten others will win £500. Half the money will go to the winner and half to a charity of his or her choice.

One Reply to “How to recognise a volunteer”

  1. Dear Sir,
    Greetings to you in the name of our Lord.I hereby wish to
    express my keen and sincere interest to offer my help,as a
    volunteer,am hardworking,deligent and versatile.Kindly send me an
    Application form to the follwing address:
    Hoping to hear from you soon,till then remain blessed.God bless
    you and your family members.
    Thank you,
    Augustine Essien.

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