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Lindsay Swain talks about her experiences as a GOGA mentor

08 June 2018

A couple years ago I started volunteering at a charity cooking for families that had a child in hospital, serving a hassle-free home cooked meal to help at such a stressful time.

Lindsay Swain (right)

It was then that I realised that even an everyday task like cooking could help someone.

I couldn’t help but wonder what else I had to offer, and how I could use something that I’m interested in and knowledgeable about to help someone else.

Since health and sports have always been a big part of my life, I started my search there and came across the Get Out Get Active (GOGA) mentoring programme which brought together both my interests and my desire to help.

Read Lindsay's blog to find out more

Find out more about becoming a mentor

Questions? Or to register your interest contact Kate Pieroudis (Peer Support Lead) at Disability Rights UK on 0207 250 8111 or kate.pieroudis@disabilityrightsuk.org


Get Out Get Active (GOGA)