Could you volunteer with Boys’ Brigade?

Boys' Brigades 130th birthday celebrations in Halifax. Thomas McNutt aged seven and Aahran Scott eight.
Boys' Brigades 130th birthday celebrations in Halifax. Thomas McNutt aged seven and Aahran Scott eight.

As we marked Volunteers’ Week (June 1st-7th) there is no better time for our unsung heroes, who make a vast difference to so many charitable organisations, to be recognised for their efforts.

Organisations like The Boys’ Brigade rely heavily on the time, skills and creativity our volunteers give. They are crucial to our success in reaching out to and making a difference to the lives of children and young people across the UK. These volunteers come from all walks of life sharing a common purpose of supporting young people on the journey to adulthood.

Currently The Boys’ Brigade has over 13,000 volunteers who, collectively, have given up over four million hours over the last year to care for over 50,000 children and young people who take part in more than 1,400 groups across the UK.

We would like to say a big thank you to all our volunteers who have supported us and enabled the organisation to grow over the past year, and there’s always room for more. I would urge anyone who would like to get involved to contact their local BB group, as a little of their time can make an incredible difference.

Chief Executive Steve Dickinson

The Boys’ Brigade