Catch22's national Positive Futures project is celebrating the outstanding achievement of young participants in volunteering their time with other young people at a House of Commons event hosted by Minister of State for Crime Prevention Jeremy Browne MP, with special guests including Olympic cyclist Craig Maclean.
Positive Futures participants have been working towards Bronze, Silver or Gold awards for engagement and individual achievement as part of Opportunity 'inspired by 2012', a LOCOG-backed scheme aimed at including young people aged 14 to 19-years-old in the spirit and values of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Each of the 25 projects involved has nominated one Games Ambassador who has achieved any one of the medal awards for Outstanding Achievement, which will be awarded at this event.
For more information and to attend, please contact Positive Futures National Programme Manager Sarah Willis on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The scheme has been kindly supported by the Prince's Trust.