To go along with an event we have put on for all our volunteers who have worked so hard these past few months, we have put together a little video to show just what they have said they get out of volunteering...
Akeim "The Ambassador" Mundell is the proud WINNER of the 'The Spirit of Manchester Awards 2014' for "Contribution to the Sector', his environment was unsafe as well as hazardous, with gun and knife crime, rather than running away, he stayed and fought for what he believed in, the youth.
Emma Bailey, a motivated young individual, supporting the young and those that want help and advice, contributing literally hundreds of hours of her time for free. She directs and manages the young children and with the added burden of being a young carer for her sister, selfless in her giving, she
Odd Arts have been nominated for most innovative group in the Spirit of Manchester Awards 2014 because of the innovative work they are doing with young offenders, find out more about their fantastic project by watching this video.
Volunteers from The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (The LGF) got involved in arty workshops and helped create The LGF's float for Manchester Day Parade 2014. They had brilliant fun on the day and this video captures all their shenanigans!