Emma Crawford has been volunteering with Falkirk Active Schools for the last 18 months and has developed into one of our most valuable volunteers. Emma has helped out at a number of schools in the Bo'ness area as well as helping out with our holiday camps and some large scale events.
Active Schools Coordinator Blair Ferguson said,
"Emma really impressed me with her dedication to volunteering over the Summer holidays. She gave up her own school holidays to come along and help younger kids enjoy themselves and get active at our camps. Without the help of volunteers like Emma, we wouldn’t be able to do what we do."
Meet Our Volunteer of the Month
Name: Emma Crawford
Favourite sport / activity: dance/gymnastics
How long have you been a volunteer with Active Schools? One and a half years
How did you get involved with Active Schools?
Through participating in clubs at school.
What do you enjoy most about Volunteering?
Seeing all the young people have a good time and keeping them active.
How has being a volunteer with Active Schools benefited you?
Taking on the responsibility of looking after young people has built my confidence.
Describe your most memorable moment from your time as a volunteer with Active Schools?
Seeing everyone enjoy themselves at the Summer Camps.
What would you like to be doing in 5 years time?
Studying at University.
What advice would you give to anyone thinking about becoming a volunteer?
Just enjoy yourself and think of the wide variety of young people you will meet.
If you could try one sport that you’ve never done before what would it be?
If you were left on a desert island and could take with you a luxury item, a book, and a piece of music. What would they be and why?
Ball (for entertainment); The Fault in our Stars (because it's my favourite book); Galway Girl (because I could listen to it for ever and not get sick of it)
Wednesday, 30th August 2017