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My Life: Blaze Lambert, 16, North Antrim

  • Tuesday, February 16, 2016
I've always been passionate about helping others and making a difference in my community. I volunteer as a young leader at my local Girlguiding group, the St Patrick's Broughshane Guides, organising activities and adventures for girls aged 10 to 14.

My Life: Tom Baines, 12, Shrewsbury

  • Monday, April 13, 2015
I was injured in a road traffic accident in 2008 when I was five, which has left me paralysed with no sensation or movement from the chest down and limited hand function.

My Life: Kelsey Hibberd, 20, Essex

  • Tuesday, January 20, 2015
I've always been enthusiastic about equality, passionate about improvement and crazy about good causes - something that's stemmed from wanting to live in a better, fairer society - and becoming chair of my youth council opened up a whole new world of opportunities for me to be able to make a difference for young people.

My Life: Ryan McAlister, 15, Congleton

  • Tuesday, October 28, 2014
I was looking for a volunteering opportunity to achieve my Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award when I became involved with Friends for Leisure (FFL), a local charity that gives disabled young people the chance to socialise, make friends and have fun with others in their community.

My Life: Huzaifa Abhi, 21, London

I am a business administrator at the London Fire Brigade after starting as an apprentice. I am fortunate to have the opportunity to work doing something I enjoy, although I am aware many young people are deprived of this advantage.

My Life: Chloe Donovan, 19, Norfolk

I'm a young facilitator for the National Council for Voluntary Youth Services (NCVYS), but my volunteering story started when I became a member of the UK Youth Parliament for Norfolk when I was 12.