Thu 04 Sep 2014
500 HOURS OF VOLUNTEERING ACTIVITY TO TAKE PLACE IN 60 HOURS THIS WEEKEND
This weekend, Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice will be joined by nearly 100 15-17 year olds from NCS with The Challenge.
The teenagers will clock up approximately 500 hours of volunteering on Saturday and Sunday at venues across North London.
They will be supporting Noah’s Ark staff and volunteers at community events taking place in High Barnet and Palmers Green, and will be bag packing in Chalk Farm, Brent Cross Shopping Centre, Colindale, Golders Green and Edmonton.
Over the summer months, seven teams of young people from Barnet, Haringey, Camden and Islington visited Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice to find out more about the charity’s work.
Beth McGlue from NCS with The Challenge said: “Each of the teams have been really inspired and are really looking forward to making a positive difference to
Noah’s Ark and the young people they support this weekend.”
Please contact Lorraine Feldman, Press Officer on 07958 741599 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to speak to a member of the Noah’s Ark Community Fundraising Team about this joint initiative.
Details of the volunteering activities:
Saturday 6th September
Group 1 – Bag Pack & Collection, Morrisons, Chalk Farm, NW1 8AA
Group 2 – Bag Pack & Collection, Waitrose, Brent Cross
Group 3 – Bag Pack & Collection, Asda, Colindale, NW9 0AS
Group 4 – World Record Bunting Challenge, The Spires Shopping Centre, High Barnet
Sunday 7th September
Group 1 – Stewarding & collection, Palmers Green Festival, Broomfield Park, Southgate
Group 2 – Collection box distribution day, Upper Street, Islington
Group 3 – Bag Pack & Collection, Sainsbury’s Golders Green, NW11 7RX Group 4 – Bag Pack & Collection, Tesco Lea Valley, Edmonton, N18 3HF
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