In Charley's Memory seeking young ambassadors
charity set up in memory of Burnham-On-Sea teenager Charley Marks
is seeking to recruit young people as ambassadors.
Charley's Memory was set up after Charley took his own life, aged
18, in September 2014.
charity now supports and helps hundreds of young people and those
affected by mental health.
told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "We are looking to recruit
more young ambassadors into the charity. It is a brilliant way to
get young people talking about mental health in their own individual
communities be it school, college, home or with friends."
"The positions are open to people in school years 9 - 13.
The role involves young people being a voice for ICM and tackling
the problems with teenagers' mental health."
"Good listeners and good advice givers are perfect for this
role. Ambassadors can help run events, advertise events, conduct
questionnaires in school / college and potentially run drop in centres
in local schools."
"It wouldn't be compulsory for Ambassadors to attend certain
places at certain times unless Ambassadors wanted to help out with
"No hands on work is mandatory unless they wanted to help
with advertising and running drop in centres. Applications close
on 13th August, 2017."
To apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org or message the In
Charley's Memory facebook or twitter page.
Carey, the charity's Operations Manager, and Vicky Cooper, its lead
counsellor, right, at the group's base in the town's Manor
House in the Manor Gardens