It's that time of the year when people start to say the (possibly dreaded) 'R' word. Resolutions. Maybe you're someone who doesn't believe in New Year's resolutions, maybe you prefer setting long term goals, or just happy to go with the flow, or perhaps you're someone who is eager to make a resolution and start the year as you mean to go on.
Whatever your take on New Year's resolutions, we at Whizz-Kidz want 2016 to be your year. That's why we've come up with a couple of ideas to help you start the new year with a bang!
This year I will...
This year I will... have more fun
If you come along to one of our youth clubs, residential camps or you want volunteer for Whizz-Kidz in 2016 you will see why more than 2,000 young people enjoy being involved. There are always lots of fun things to do from fashion shows to cookery classes, music workshops and dodgeball!
This year I will... travel
We think travel expands your horizons and opens up the world. This year you could help someone develop their wheelchair skills and confidence by volunteering at Whizz-Kidz. Plus if you're a young wheelchair user you can do one of our courses. Our wheelchair skills training will help you to travel independently at home, school, work and for fun.
This year I will... find my dream job
This could be the year you find your dream job or make steps towards it. We offer work placements programme and work skills courses for young wheelchair users. In the past young people have done placements at Diesel, Red Bull, The Daily Telegraph and Sky.
This year I will... do more for others
There are a lot of ways you can help other people with Whizz-Kidz through our volunteering and young leadership programmes. We think that supporting other people to reach their potential will be the best thing you do all year.
This year I will...get involved with Whizz-Kidz!
So what are you waiting for?
- Sign up to our Young People's Services.
- Join us as a volunteer and kick start 2016.
- Choose a fundraising challenge and help raise funds so we can support more young people