After an enjoyable weekend of volunteering in November at Amelia Trust Farm, UNA Exchange young ambassador, Georgia Quinn, spent a week in the office helping our Supported Volunteering programme lead, Rhi Davies. In our latest blog post, Georgia shares her experience.
Youthworker Jon Bevis from Info-Nation in Swansea helped us send more than 30 challenged young people to volunteer abroad though the Step by Step program. Read why he thinks that volunteering abroad can change young people massively. Read more >
Read the story of Keyon, who took part in self-development training “Open Up to Learn” in Portugal. He joined this training through our Step by Step program, which helps youngsters with fewer opportunities to open the door to new options.
Meeting people from other countries and developing their own skills is often the best start for challenged youngsters to begin international volunteering . Read the experience of Thomas, who prepared himself for his first travelling experience through leading an international project at an organic farm in Wales.
Claire took part in the supported volunteering program Step by Step, working with children in Spain for two weeks. She is now helping youngsters from Swansea to start international volunteering. Read her story here.