Weekly Updates

COP Project: Horses, Dogs and Divers

So the COP project is a partner lead project, run through discovery, which sees student volunteers working locally with South Wales Police and Swansea Metropolitan students. The majority of work we do is giving crime prevention advice to the local community, working with the police and Police community support officers on operations such as OPHAND, Read more about COP Project: Horses, Dogs and Divers[…]

Sports, litter, gardening, painting… so many Discovery Projects.

Our new project Discovery Dragons is aiming to encourage engagement in sport by young people across Swansea. Discovery volunteers will be working with other organisations to provide a wide variety of sporting opportunities. We have already had a great deal of interest from many people wanting to volunteer on the project. To give everyone a Read more about Sports, litter, gardening, painting… so many Discovery Projects.[…]

A Karaoke Party

The RASCELS project works with young people from asylum seeker and refuge backgrounds, providing them with various fun activities and opportunities. This Saturday I had a great time volunteering on the project. We all met at the Waterfront Museum from where we headed off on a lantern parade that had been organised as part of Read more about A Karaoke Party[…]

Voluntary opportunities and the Zambia project.

This week Discovery has collaborated with Swansea University Employability Academy (SEA) during their Week of Work to provide taster volunteering opportunities. Following an introductory talk on Monday, Tuesday saw volunteers providing a friendly face at a community drop-in in Brynmill. Today (Wednesday) there will be a community meal for older community members as well as Read more about Voluntary opportunities and the Zambia project.[…]