Do you want to make a difference in someone's life during your time at Reach?

We at Reach believe in getting involved in projects that help those that need it and also help us learn a bit more about the world around us. The Community Outreach Program, one of the extras available to Reach Cambridge students, combines these two into an exciting and meaningful project you can get involved in during your summer in Cambridge.

In the span of 3 afternoons, Community Outreach students plan, organise and carry out a project related to a local or world charity, raising money for a good cause whilst developing new skills. It may involve setting up challenge days, talent shows, auctions, events or even parties, and we guarantee you'll have a great time doing it.

We'll let you know more about the projects and charities we collaborate with in the coming months, but for now have a look at a video introducing one of our main events in the summer of 2009:

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Introducing the Community Outreach Program

By 09/03/2011 November 28th, 2019 Community Outreach

Introducing the Community Outreach Program

Do you want to make a difference in someone’s life during your time at Reach? We at Reach believe in getting involved in projects that help those that need it and also help us learn a bit more about the world around us. The Community Outreach Program, one of the extras available to Reach Cambridge students, combines these two into an exciting and meaningful project you can get involved in during your summer in Cambridge. In the span of 3 afternoons, Community Outreach students plan, organise and carry out a project related to a local or world charity, raising money for a good cause whilst developing new skills. It may involve setting up challenge days, talent shows, auctions, events or even parties, and we guarantee you’ll have a great time doing it. We’ll let you know more about the projects and charities we collaborate with in the coming months, but for now have a look at a video introducing one of our main events in the summer of 2009: