Will You Join the Movement?
Hello! My name is Eden, I’m twenty years young and I’m a second year student at the University of Birmingham. I study Social Policy and Criminology, inspired by CSI the TV show and my passion for making Government agencies and their policies work for everyone. I applied to do a placement at RSVP because I wanted to help spread the word of RVSP and the great work they do. As a West Midlands girl, I wanted to give something back to the community, by being a part of something bigger then myself; and that something being an organisation that supports so many victims of sexual abuse. My passions include how victims are treated by different agencies and society in general. I’m interested in what is most helpful for certain victims and what isn’t. I want to explore what needs the organisation has, such as adequate funding, in order for professionals to deliver counselling and support to the best of their ability. I want to gain experience in working in other sectors, trying my hand at marketing (a role I’ve never undertaken before), and working with new kinds of people and meeting people I never normally would. Most of all I want to join a movement and be a pioneer in combating sexual abuse.
Will you join the movement?
We are hosting a launch of our new ‘Fundraising Friends’ on Tuesday 30th January, at Carrs Lane Church, 18:00 – 20:00, everyone welcome.
Additionally David Hyner, a renowned motivational speaker and director, will be delivering one of his award winning speeches on positive thinking – the main topic he has discussed as host of his own radio shows on BBC radio. David himself, has raised over £500,000 for various charities, and he can give you tools to follow in his footsteps and conquer your charitable goals to make a difference. You’ll also receive techniques gathered from research interviews with top achievers to take inspiration from. As a thank you for your contribution to the amazing charity you are given access to £100 of resources.
Come along and see what it’s all about for the price of a £10 entrance fee with no obligation to join our initiatives.