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I feel privileged to see first-hand the wonderful work that Meningitis Now does


Staff Writer

My name is Hope and I've just finished my first year of a law degree at Cambridge. I've spent two weeks volunteering at the Meningitis Now head office to find out what it's like to work for a charity.

Through volunteering, I've been able to get a real taste of how a charity works and have learnt lots about meningitis and its effects. I’ve been very busy over these two weeks and have attended meetings on fundraising with lots of other charities from the local area as well as one on planning and organising a carol concert even though its only July! 

I was also able to attend the Young Ambassador training day as well as working with the Communications Team writing blogs and researching more about meningitis. I feel privileged to have been able to see first-hand the wonderful work that Meningitis Now do by raising awareness, fundraising and helping those with the disease and coping with the after-effects. 

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