“I struggle with anxiety so doing the volunteer program was always going to be hard, but being a volunteer has helped me overcome my fears”
“We used the project fund to by arts and crafts materials, then ran activities to make Yoda stick puppets, personal lightsabers, and lightsaber bookmarks.”
Your volunteering experience doesn’t need to come to an end when summer does. Here’s how you can stay involved the rest of the year
Leah is new to Reading Hack, but loved getting involved in a special Spiegel Tent rhymetime event.
Do you want to gain new skills and experience that will look great on your CV? Meet new people and give back to your community? Volunteer in your local library this summer!
We’re putting together a list of mood-boosting books for young people, and we want your recommendations!
You may not have heard already, but volunteers of the Summer Reading Challenge can count their hours towards achieving the volunteering section of their Duke of Edinburgh’s Award!
You can use lots of Reading Hack activities and volunteering hacks towards getting an Arts Award.
Volunteering (also called social action) involves doing something practical for other people to change their lives, community, or society for the better.
Did you know that some of the Reading Hack activities and volunteering hacks can count towards the volunteering section of your Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE)?