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Keep up the good work, I hope you surpass other organisations involved with similar issues; in your work tackling bullying.
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Why your donation matters
We recognise the achievements of young people, aged 9 - 18, through a categorised Award scheme, categories inlcude: Diana Anti-Bullying Champion, Diana Active Campaigner, Diana Champion Fundraiser, Diana Champion Volunteer and Diana Courageous Citizen.
We then harness and develop their potential through the Diana Network.
Membership of the Diana Network enables young people to access a range of personal development opportunities and connects them with other young people who share their concern for building a better world and adult role models who can assist them in this task. In summary, the Network provides a vehicle through which young people are supported in achieving their true potential, for themselves and their communities. Read how young people are supported below.
Case study: donations in action
Alizay, Diana Anti-Bullying Champion. Alizay was being severely bullied, after working through this she was motivated to share her experience to help others and is now a mediator at her school.
Ethan, Diana Active Campaigner. Ethan encourages youth centres to enrol in works and skill programmes and campaigns fiercely around his community to promote positive alternatives to gun and knife crime.
Callum, Diana Champion Fundraiser. Callum has organised a number of fundraising events and cycled the length of Britain. So far he has raised £50,000 for charity and he is still going!
Emma, Diana Champion Volunteer. Emma has volunteered at an orphanage in China and plays piano recitals at local residential homes to bring happiness to people that are often lonely and in poor health.
Barry, Diana Courageous Citizen. Barry is a young carer for his sister who suffers from cerebral palsy. Barry strives to help ensure his sister's life is more fulfilled and comfortable.