Posts by stefanclark

Rochelle Schwartz

Name: Rochelle Schwartz Age: 48 Occupation: Shipping Administrator What does ‘doing your bit’ mean to you? I think, for me, it’s helping to run a successful local group for JLGB. Ours is actually the only Jewish youth group in Cardiff, Swansea and Newport, so it’s vitally important to our community. I help instill a strong feeling of family and […]

Sara Cash

Name: Sara Cash Age: 18 Occupation: Student What does ‘doing your bit’ mean to you? I’ve been involved with JLGB since I was a young kid and feel it has shaped my future. So, I’m doing my bit by passing on the skills I have learned. I’ve been able to use my experiences to put forward ideas and […]

Richard Brett

Name: Richard Brett Age: 42 Occupation: Independent Financial Adviser What does ‘doing your bit’ mean to you? It means giving back by helping support young Jewish people to develop, grow and benefit from my own life lessons and experiences. I’ve helped to provide young people with the tools they will need in their social, educational […]

Michael Gladstone

Name: Michael Gladstone Age: 28 Occupation: Management Consultant What does ‘doing your bit’ mean to you? ‘Doing my bit’ means making a difference to a young person’s life. Whether it is about helping at a weekly group or volunteering as a mentor, to coach and inspire the next generation of young leaders who are embarking […]

Adam Shelley

Name: Adam Shelley Age: 37 Occupation: Accountant What does ‘doing your bit’ mean to you? Personally, ‘doing my bit’ is playing a coordinating role across Hertfordshire, managing all the local volunteers. ‘Doing my bit’ is about inspiring and motivating fellow leaders and the young people we support to become the very best they can be. […]

Yvette Zinger

Name: Yvette Zinger Age: 27 Occupation: Primary School Teacher What does ‘doing your bit’ mean to you? I would say that ‘doing my bit’ is helping where I’m needed, whether that’s on camps, at planning meetings or through social action programmes. I’ve helped with organising, running and supporting all the groups in Hertfordshire and I’ve […]

Jeff Reese

Name: Jeff Reese Age: 38 Occupation: Procurement Manager What does ‘doing your bit’ mean to you? For me personally, ‘doing my bit’ means teaching children to love music at our local JLGB band every week. It’s teaching the young people new skills and watching them grow in belief and self-confidence. It can be encouraging them […]

Deanne Salamon

Name: Deanne Salamon Age: 49 years Occupation: Part Time Administrator What does ‘doing your bit’ mean to you?: I have been involved in JLGB for over 30 years. Firstly running Southgate JLGB then, with my husband, helping to set up a group in Borehamwood. Now, following a move to Cardiff we run the group there. […]

Lee Sidney

Name: Lee Sidney Age: 34 Occupation: Civil Servant What does ‘doing your bit’ mean to you? For me it’s about time and commitment. I give my time to support all JLGB’s activities and to give young people the activities and opportunities they deserve – and I’m committed to being there for my friends and fellow […]

Lawrence Rosenberg

Name: Lawrence Rosenberg Age: 18 Occupation: Student What does ‘doing your bit’ mean to you? I ‘do my bit’ by focusing on the things that matter to our young people. Being their friend, helping them develop their skills and confidence and supporting them to become young adults. I believe that developing a strong bond with […]

What You Can Do

When you volunteer as an adult leader for JLGB you’re doing more than giving your time. Whatever role you take, you’re doing something really positive to give the next generation the benefit of all your experience.

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What You Can Gain

Volunteering as an adult leader for JLGB gives you back more than you’d expect. We’ll train you to use your own talents and skills, giving you some real responsibility.

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Our Volunteers

Our volunteers are people just like you, who care about our society and want to do something that makes a difference towards a better future. Whatever your age, skills or talents, every single volunteer is special to us and a vital part of the JLGB family.

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How To Become A Volunteer

We’ve been supporting our adult leaders for over 120 years, so we know how to provide you with everything you need to volunteer successfully. You’ll find we like to keep things simple, so we make the process of applying to volunteer as easy as possible.

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