Hi I’m Joe I’m 24, and I’m in the army and a landlord. I am looking to give back to the local community that has helped and supported me. During my time in the committee I aim to bring something new.
Hi I’m Chris and I’m 24 and work as a domestic appliance repair specialist. I have been involved with charities before and see what a positive impact they can produce. I enjoy helping and can bring creativity to the committee.
Hi I’m Stephen and I’m 23 and I am currently doing an apprenticeship with BT open reach. I got involved in the project because it sounded a good local charity. I am willing to do anything for the project including promotion and raising vital funds.
Hi I’m Kyle I’m 21 and currently work for safe style windows and live with my girlfriend and 3 year old boy. I’ve been involved with the Warehouse Project from the start and I’m really happy to be on the committee. I’m hoping to use my experiences through being in care to help other young people.
Hi I’m Dean I’m 21 I’m in college studying mechanics. I’ve been at the Warehouse when it was just a storage building, to see how far its come is amazing the impact its having on young people. I love being part of making a impact on other peoples lives and promoting the project to raise vital funds.
Hi I’m Rebecca and I’m 17 I’m currently an admin & accounts assistant. I got involved with the project as it is interactive in any local community. I hope to bring more recognition to the project through being in the fundraising & events.
We are always open to new members! Why not come along to a meeting and see if it is for you, or arrange to meet the committee informally for a chat. We usually meet once a week but don’t worry if you cannot attend every week or if you live away, we have committee members who Skype in! We welcome all ideas, but we can’t produce events until we know what you want!
Anyone giving up their time for us through any of these will be entered in to Millennium Volunteers Project. As part of the programme you get a certificate backed by our organisation and the Department of Education after your first 50, 100 and 200 hours of volunteering, which along with the support and training our organisation provides, means you get something that looks great on your CV and job and UCAS applications and is endorsed by employers and universities!