Students at Edge Hill University are having their inspiring volunteering work recognised as part of National Volunteer Week celebrations.
Care leaver and entrepreneur Liz Forshaw has recently embarked on the next chapter of her journey in “empowering, encouraging and inspiring children.”
A dedicated volunteer who has led the way in studying abroad, Robyn Ashfield, has been awarded a prestigious scholarship from Edge Hill University.
Rachel Walker believes that giving up her time at Brian House has helped enhance her future opportunities.
As well as making the most of the plethora of opportunities on offer at Edge Hill University, Psychology graduate Husnain Shah also dedicated a lot of his time completing voluntary work with vulnerable children.
Second year student Travis Frain has an extensive history of volunteering, however when he was caught up in the Westminster attack earlier this year, he realised there wasn’t enough support for victims of terrorism and was inspired to become a charity trustee.
Business and Economics student Mark Turner has been recognised with an Excellence Scholarship for his voluntary work in both Northern Ireland and Ethiopia, where he has helped build schools and improve children’s lives through football.
A Liverpool student who works tirelessly to improve mental health provision for young people has received a scholarship from Edge Hill University.
As well as regularly working through the night to help people in need, first year student Aoibhin Bailie also educates people on making positive lifestyle choices.
Volunteering with vulnerable children who have lost their loved ones is providing Chelsea Watters with the skills she’ll need for her future career.