Millennium Volunteers (MV)

Millennium Volunteers (MV) is part of a UK-wide programme supporting young people to make a commitment to volunteer for 200 hours in their community.  It encourages 14-25 year olds to build on existing skills and interests and to gain new experiences by giving their time to worthwhile and well-organised volunteering activities. Their efforts are recognised through a 50 and 100 hour Certificate and 200 hour Award of Excellence signed by the First Minister of the Welsh Assembly Government.MV Information for young people aged 14 -25…

Why should you become an MV?

  • It’s a fun and rewarding way to spend some of your spare time.
  • It opens your eyes to other things that are going around you.
  • It can challenge you, your perceptions of other people, your knowledge and skills and can really help you develop in so many ways.
  • You can make new friends and volunteering can be great to talk about to your other friends.
  • It can even help you to think about what you may want to do in later life and try out different things to see if you enjoy them.
  • It also looks good on your CV or if you are trying to get into College or University.

Volunteer Centres across Wales have specialist advisors who can help you find something challenging and interesting and something that you will enjoy.

If you are aged 14 – 25 and want more information please contact our Youth Volunteering Development Officer, Emma Pugh.

Tel: 01492 534091 / Email: emmapugh@cvsc.org.uk

MV Leaflet

MV Record of Volunteering


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