In 2020, I signed up to Volunteer for Girlguiding. 2 ½ years later, I am loving being part of my local Rainbows unit. I’ve learnt so much about myself, but it’s such a rewarding role to be involved in. 🌈
In March 2023 for International Women’s Day, I made a video on YouTube sharing a look into my journey and experience with Girlguiding so far. As I reached my big goal of 100K subscribers a few week before, I wanted to use my platform to educate or inspire others to consider volunteering. I share my personal childhood experience, collecting badges, what a unit meeting is like, what my role is like and my vision for the future.
Girlguiding has taught me so much (both then and now), and I love giving back and being part of a team.
Girlguiding exists to help girls and young women find their voice, and build skills and confidence – inspiring them to discover the best in themselves and empowering them to make a positive difference in their community. Through fun, friendship, challenge and adventure we empower girls to find their voice, inspiring them to discover the best in themselves and to make a positive difference in their community.Girlguiding
More than 300,000 girls meet as Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and Rangers. We fire their imaginations through challenges and adventures for all personalities and abilities, from 4 to 18 years old. We strive to put on unit meetings where the girls make friends, learn new things and have fun! ☺️
Now, my goal and vision is to help inspire more people to volunteer, more parents to enrol their children and debunk myths around Girlguiding. I want to spread messages about what incredible work their doing, campaigns which align with my own vision, and my continued journey within Girlguiding. I am a very proud Ambassador for Girlguiding South West England, where I continue to spread the word about what an incredible organisation they are.
If you’d like to find out more about Girlguiding, click here.