TRFC NCS programme graduates volunteer in Africa
Tranmere Rovers in the Community run a NCS (National Citizen Service) programme which allows young people (aged 15-17) from the local area opportunities to develop a large variety of skills.
Some of our NCS graduates have volunteered to help a community in Woe, Ghana. These youngsters will be experiencing a once in a lifetime opportunity, where they will be working in Ghana for 10 days building and strengthening the community.
They have a range of tasks to choose from, such as assisting in English, maths, sports and labour inducing activities, where they will be helping to build a school in the community.
In order to have the opportunity to do so, they seek to raise £1,845 each. As a part of Tranmere Rovers in the Community, they require as much help as possible to reach their goal.
The graduates have set up a GoFundMe page found at the following link:
If you can help with a donation, your support will be very gratefully received and allow some great opportunities for our graduates to help those in need in Ghana. Thank you.