BE INSPIRED WORKSHOPS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
Written by Inspire FM Newsdesk on July 24, 2019
Our next workshop for the Be Inspired Young Leaders & Community Volunteering programme takes place on Saturday.
If you are keen for your child to learn new skills, then please sign them up for this exciting initiative.
Our next workshop is detailed below:
TITLE: THE IMPORTANCE OF CHARITY AND HOW YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE – Saturday 3 August (10am to 12pm)
Workshop host: Luton Foodbank
Venue: High Town Community Centre, Concorde Street, LU2 0JD.
Age group: 11 years and over
This workshop will be aimed at developing their understanding of the importance of charities and their role within the community.
They will learn teamwork skills through a series of activities aimed at building their confidence in presenting their ideas and opinions about food poverty.
Join us for this wonderful opportunity by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us on 07930 105 106. Places are subject to availability and you must register.
Those young people that join us will get the chance to learn teamwork, employability and communication skills as part of the programme which was launched recently to develop leaders in the community.
It is aimed at young people 11 years of age upwards – and they will all receive a certificate at a celebration event on Sunday 25 August.
WHAT IS BE INSPIRED?
Inspire FM is working with a number of partners to bring you this initiative aimed at developing the life skills of young people in our communities.
We have linked in with a range of well-respected organisations and charities to showcase the opportunities for young people during the summer holidays.
Here is a list of all our workshops;
- Inspire FM (radio presenting, production and editing)
- Crisis Aid (fundraising and event management)
- Luton Foodbank (marketing and creative writing workshop)
- Friends of Bright Eyes (working with others)
- Unleashing Potential (the making of champions)
- Luton All Stars (the importance of teamwork)
The programme is part of the Luton Borough Council’s Your Say, Your Way funding scheme.