34th Scouts Birmingham (1st Ward End)

34th Scouts Birmingham (1st Ward End)

At a glance

Causes

  • Local / community
  • Voluntary sector support
  • Young people

Other details

Organisation type: 
Small or unincorporated organisation
Geographical remit: 
Local

Objectives

We're Scouts and everyone is welcome here. Every week, we help almost half a million people aged 4-25 develop skills for life.

Volunteering can be a brilliant way to boost your mental wellbeing. It’s a great feeling knowing you’re helping young people get skills for life, and you might even learn a lot about yourself along the way. 

Scouts can make you feel good in other ways too. We’ll guide you to an opportunity where you’ll: 

 

Make friends and meet people 

Try new things and challenge yourself 

Get outdoors and get stuck in 

Positively impact your community 

Create vital opportunities for young people 

Make memories that'll last a lifetime 

If you can only occasionally help, that’s OK. Whether you’d like to be an activity planner, tea-maker or craft creator, we appreciate any time you can spare.

Activities

We meet twice a week to deliver scout activities to our young people this could be many things from hiking to camping and go on fun trips away. We also meet twice every three months to plan these activities and also meet to discuss our financial situation and how we can improve our numbers by working with the local area. 

Current opportunities

The Chair will lead the Executive Committee, ensuring that it fulfils its responsibilities within the Group.

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