Concern, FAST Youth Ambassador Programme

Concern, FAST Youth Ambassador Programme

The Council for Catholic Maintained Schools are encouraging Post Primary Schools to get involved in the FAST Youth Ambassador Programme and support families affected by conflict, climate change and extreme poverty in the world’s poorest countries.
The FAST Youth Ambassador Programme, delivered by Concern, provides a platform for students to learn about global issues while raising funds to help support the world’s most vulnerable people and offers students an exciting opportunity to engage with thousands of pupils across Northern Ireland

Follow the link to find out how you can become a FAST Youth Ambassador school, Concern FAST Youth Programme

Alternatively you can visit or contact a member of the Concern team at:

Concern, FAST Youth Ambassador Programme
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