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#Iwill | Springtime for Social Action

The latest news and updates from the #iwill campaign
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April 2017


In this issue

  • Looking for a new role?
  • Character & SocialAction MooC
  • Polmont Prison Peer Support
  • Rocking Ur Teens
  • Forthcoming Events
  • Pledge Spotlight
  • #iwill Ambassador Spotlight
  • News Round-Up
  • Resource Spotlight

Dear ,

I hope you had a relaxing Easter weekend. With a General Election now called for June 8th, we want to work with you to ensure the continued cross-party support for youth social action, building on inclusion in the previous General Election's manifestos. If you want to join our lobbying efforts please get in touch with me. The election falls on the last day of NCVO's National Volunteer's Week, during which, on the 7th June, we will be celebrating young volunteers, all forms of youth social action, and asking all our pledging organisations to share their #iwillPledge with pride! Watch your inboxes soon for a handy comms pack and more information.

With the campaign reaching its halfway point this year, it's an exciting time to be a part of this movement as we work to embed youth social action across society in employment, education, voluntary and health & social care settings.  We have some exciting opportunities to join the team at Step Up To Serve to work across those strands due to maternity leave, a secondment out and contracts ending - so take a look <here> and do get in touch if you would like any more information – and please share with your networks!  We are happy to consider secondments for these roles, so do consider anyone within your organisation who might like an exciting development opportunity.

The latest round of match funding as part of the #iwillFund is currently open with Comic Relief <here> and Sport England <here>. Both are seeking applications for funding to support more youth social action, particularly in disadvantaged communities.

Looking ahead, we're excited for the Jubilee Centre for Character & Virtues upcoming MOOC exploring the link between character and social action. It's free to get involved, and see below for more information or watch <this video>

Many thanks for your continued support for the campaign, and for youth social action.

Charlotte Hill, CEO of Step Up To Serve


Looking for a new role?

Step Up To Serve has been coordinating the #iwill campaign since November 2013. Now, at the halfway point of this time limited campaign, a number of really exciting job opportunities to join the team have become available.

Young offenders who are helping peers in prison

Polmont Young Offenders Institution, in Scotland, holds young men aged between 16 & 21. It promotes social action opportunities to inmates, with a focus on peer mentoring. Read the experiences of two young men:


Interested in exploring character & social action?

The Jubilee Centre at the University of Birmingham is joining forces with Step up to Serve’s #iwill campaign to create a new free online training course starting in June.

Rocking Ur Teens Girls Conference

Last month several #iwill Ambassadors joined the Rocking Ur Teens conference held on International Women's Day. Read a blog from the day all about empowering young women.


The Big Lunch

Coming soon is The Big Lunch - Get together with your neighbours for a weekend celebrating community, commonality and connections.

17-18 JUNE 2017

School Diversity Week

School Diversity Week is a voluntary initiative running 3-7 July 2017 across England and Wales. Over 45,000 pupils celebrated the event in 2016. More info at:

The Future of Work is Human

CIPD's conference on Making the Future of Work Human – The Role of Social Action is taking place on Thursday 27 April, 09:00 – 13:00. Follow the conversations online @CIPD or #CIPDTSA

Responsible Business Week

24th - 28th April, Responsible Business Week calls for businesses to share ideas and show action for a fairer society and a more sustainable future.


Pledge Spotlight

Justine Greening recently outlined her support for #iwill pledging partner Just Like Us, and their upcoming School Diversity Week. Find out more here: 

News in Brief

A bumper crop of news and opportunities from the #iwill community - including from Franklin Scholars, NCS, Children & Young People Now, The Challenge, Teach First and more! 


Ambassador Spotlight

With a surprise phone call on the day from Radio DJ Sara Cox, #iwill Ambassador Amelia Butterfield did a fantastic job coordinating Red Nose Day activity at her school!

Resource Spotlight

Bringing together advice from our Business Pioneers, this new guide sets out how to inspire and enable youth social action in your businesses. 



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