DofE participants from the University of Lincoln donate 364 hours of voluntary service


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University of Lincoln students who participated in the Duke of Edinburgh Award donated a fantastic 364 hours between 1st April 2019 and 31st March 2020, equating to a social value of £1,583.


We would like to congratulate all participants of the DofE Award for their hard work and commitment throughout the past year for donating their time to help the local community!

The volunteering provides vital support to the local community and gives young people the opportunity to partake in new experiences, establishing new skills and helping to develop the feeling of pride, as a result of supporting the communities that they live in.

The DofE programme is a great way for young people to develop personal qualities such as self-esteem and confidence whilst also gaining essential employability skills for the working environment and general life-skills such as team-work and communication.

For more information on the DofE Award and to get involved, click here.

See below for the certificate awarded.