A youth volunteering project in Cumbria run by The Conservation Volunteers.
Are you 16-24 and live in Cumbria? Feeling a bit stuck and need some help to move towards a brighter future?
Get in contact today, we will work with you and help to Clip 2 your future plans by volunteering, connecting, learning and being active.
We will help you find a volunteering placement that matches your interests from conservation work to event planning to health and social care to construction and loads more! Together with free training and fun group days, the project will help improve your confidence to go for that job or apply for that training course
Being part of the project will give you the chance to progress through our achievement awards; Bronze, Silver and Gold. Which looks great on to a future employer or education placement.
So come on Join in, feel good
Funded by the Big Lottery Fund
Volunteering through Clip2 gives you the opportunity to build on your interests, use your time to develop yourself, and make a difference to your community! Here's just some of the benefits that you'll get from volunteering:
Young people aged 16-24 who are most in need. We will work with any young person who is experiencing disadvantage through their personal, social, economic, physical, or well being circumstances.
Not sure if this is you? Give us a call, email or find us on Facebook for a chat about how we can help.
If you're aged between 16 and 24 and interested in becoming a volunteer then contact us today to get in touch with your local contact.
We would love to hear from any community groups or charities that have opportunities for volunteers to be involved in their work, whether it’s a one off event needing a few volunteers or a longer term placement for just one volunteer. You will receive the support of TCV in making sure the placement and the volunteer match. Please drop an email to email@example.com if you think we could help your organisation.
We would also love to hear from anyone who works with disadvantaged young people who may benefit from Clip2 and who would like to start referring young people to the project.