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The v Big Celebration!

4 April 2011 by volunteer

A large group of volunteers and staff at a celebration event in World Museum

The v Big Celebration at World Museum

Last Thursday, the Volunteers team, youth volunteers and members of staff came together to celebrate the end of their vinvolved youth volunteering project; at the ‘v Big Celebration’ in World Museum. The past three years have been incredibly successful and we have created over 350 volunteer opportunities for young people aged 16-25. We also created a Youth Volunteering Steering Group (Mersey v’s) which have been integral in helping to shape volunteer opportunities and projects and provide a good sounding board for marketing and evaluation.
 
During our project, we worked with over 200 young volunteers and issued 119 v50 Award certificates, that equates to almost 6000 volunteer hours – and that’s only including the certificated hours! We have also seen 20 young people achieve their Bronze Arts Award – gaining an accredited qualification in the process. In terms of awards; our vinvolved project gained REACH accreditation, we were shortlisted at the Young Partners Awards and most recently awarded the Unite Award for Team Activity in the North West at the National vinvolved awards for our Discovery Volunteers project.

The Volunteers Team would like to say a huge THANK YOU to all the young people who volunteered with us these past three years; you have helped shape the future of volunteering at our museums and we will hopefully work with you all again soon.

If you are interested in volunteering, please contact the volunteers team to find out more. You can also visit vinspired to find out about youth volunteering.

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