Green Hub Project for Teens

Support role - added 28.04.2022

Not everyone is cut out to work in the garden, or directly with teens. But that doesn’t mean that you don’t have something important to give.

We are still very much in our growing stages and our volunteer requirements are continually developing. So, if you like the sound of what we do and are keen to join our team, make contact and we can often develop a role to fit your skills. We have a whole range of requirements that fit under the ‘marketing’ banner, and others that are admin and operational. 

Ideally you need to be able to offer 2 to 4 hours a week, be IT literate and well organised. 

Mission Statement

The Green Hub Project for Teens is a local community project aimed at promoting the wellbeing of teenagers’ mental health through social and therapeutic horticulture.

In partnership with the GPs, schools, youth agencies and parents, we enable teen referrals to enjoy nature, while gardening alongside and interacting with our skilled volunteers and other teenagers.

Our goal is to achieve positive, measurable outcomes for teens’ mental wellbeing, self-love, active lifestyles, social interaction and inclusion, as well as the development and application of a range of useful life skills.