With the Crawley starting to get back on its feet, and lockdown slowly being lifted, everyone - from your neighbours to the local shops - is going to need a little more help to get back to whatever ‘normal’ is going to be. But what if you want to help, but aren’t quite sure how to do that?
Well, this is your chance to help get Crawley back to business, once it’s safe to do so. All you have to do is make a pledge to donate some of your time over August through volunteering and social action. You’ll pick up new skills, help rebuild your local community, create positive change and get all of our futures off to a good start.
Who can take part?
If you’re living in England and are 15-17 years old (16 by 31 August 2020), or an 18 year old NCS Grad, you’re good to go!
How much does it cost to get involved?
To make sure that everyone can get involved in NCS activities this summer, there is no participation fee
What is the timing for Keep Doing Good - One Million Hours of Doing Good?
You’ll be able to register from now. Once you’ve registered, we’ll be in touch with you soon after to give you more details.
Opportunities to get involved and start volunteering with local projects will begin in August. We can discuss specific dates of programmes once you have registered your interest.
How do I sign up to take part?
If you already signed up for NCS during 2020, you don’t need to do anything else, and you’ll hear from us directly.
If you haven’t signed up for NCS before but want to get involved and start volunteering, you’ll be able to register your interest from now. For more information of the Keep Doing Good programme and how to register please visit https://wearencs.com/keep-doing-good
or for more information contact email@example.com and one of the team will be in contact.
If you’re a charity or community organisation that needs support to get back on its feet post COVID-19 or would value volunteers over the summer period, your local NCS team would be keen to hear from you. Please express your interest firstname.lastname@example.org one of the team will be touch to discuss what we can offer as we are striving to help the community as much as we can during the recovery period of the pandemic.
Crawley Town Community Foundation uses the power of sport and football to engage, inspire and empower people. Working with participants and the community, together with local, regional and national partners, we aim to positively change lives and support people in health & wellbeing, sports participation, equalities and inclusion, education, enterprise, employment and skills, regeneration and community safety.