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We are looking for 2 young people (16-18) years to represent the older youth and young adult members at Board, biannual National meeting and selected committee level within the Society of St Vincent de Paul England & Wales (SVP E&W). At inception the selected committees are named as the Membership Strategic Committee (MSC) and the Social Justice Committee (SJC).
The aims of the group are to:
- enable youth and young adults to have a voice on and make a positive contribution to the direction of the SVP E&W at Board and select committee levels
- to contribute to the development of Vincentian spirituality within the apostolates for youth and young adults at SVP E&W
- to engage with the international youth and young adult SVP apostolate building fraternity, sharing of ideas and resources, following in the footsteps of past notable members such as Blessed Frederic Ozanam, Blessed Pier Giorgio Frasatti and St GiannaMolla
- If you interested in becoming a member, please contact your Vincentian Coordinator.
- CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection) Helping to keep children and young people safe online. You can report any issues to them.
- Childline 0800 11 11 Speak to counsellors about how you are feeling (under 18s). On the phone and online
- The Mix 0808 808 4994 Helpline 4 – 11pm 85258 Crisis Text line Email from online form. Speak to volunteers about anything that is bothering you. Under 25s. Counselling offered by referral and online support available.
- Kooth Mon-Fri 12pm-10pm Sat/Sun 6pm – 10pm. Support on any issue. Anonymous.
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