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Get Out Get Active partners, Live Active NI, are helping children learn about their physical and mental wellbeing with a new wellbeing club.
Tracey, a volunteer at Age UK Wiltshire, tells Get Out Get Active about her volunteer journey this Volunteers' Week.
During Volunteers' Week Get Out Get Active is celebrating their volunteers by sharing a series of blogs. In this blog we hear from Norman, a volunteer in Bassetlaw.
Get Out Get Active delivery partner, Wiltshire and Swindon Sports Partnership teamed up with Age UK Wiltshire to support volunteers differently during the COVID-19 pandemic.
During Volunteers’ Week, a time to celebrate the contribution millions of people who make a difference through volunteering. GOGA caught up with Thanet to see how GOGA is continuing to support their volunteers.
For Volunteers' Week 2021, Get Out Get Active spoke with Joe Jackson, a community minister at Harvest Temple Church based in Wolverhampton, about his experience of GOGA and why he volunteers.
Get Out Get Active in Blackpool is encouraging residents to be more active with a series of monthly challenges.
As restrictions on sport and activity begin to ease, our Get Out Get Active delivery partners are starting to resume their activities.
In this blog we hear from Megan, who has been taking part in Get Out Get Active sessions and has helped with adapting them to be more inclusive.
In this blog we hear from Asmita, a volunteer in Nottingham, and her journey from participant to volunteer.
Get Out Get Active supports Time to Talk Day. A day to start conversations about mental health. Time to Talk Day aims to help end the stigma of mental health by encouraging people to engage in conversations.
Get Out Get Active continues to support disabled and non-disabled people in Northern Ireland to get active together through a newly named GOGA in Action programme.