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Volunteering in Chile, Hannah FarrallHannah Farrall                                              

Hannah Farrall, from Chester, plans to work as a volunteer teacher for a year with the Project Trust in Chile. Project Trust provides young people with an opportunity to understand a community overseas by immersing themselves by living and working there for a year.

Hannah has been provided with a grant of 500 from the JWCT for a year volunteering at William Wilson Anglican School, in Chol-Chol, near Temuco. Hannah said “I have to raise 4,660 to help fund my year . . . and this grant will help considerably with my fund-raising efforts especially since at this time of economic uncertainty people feel they cannot donate to too many different causes.”

So far Hannah has been working extra hours in her part time job to raise funds and is organising bag-packing at local supermarkets, selling donated items on EBay, and directly approaching charitable trusts and family and friends.

Hannah added “I want to volunteer for a year with Project Trust because I would like to be able to see other countries and experience life in their culture as more than just a tourist, while proving a beneficial service to others and challenging myself.” She will travel to Santiago, Chile’s capital in August or September 2009.

Tom Willson, JWCT trustee, said “Jeremy, as a former Project Trust volunteer, would be pleased to know that his charity is helping others have such an amazing life-changing experience.”


May 2010

“This is my February newsletter. I want to express my gratitude once again for the sponsorship. I’m having a fantastic time out here in Chile. I am finding teaching English highly challenging but rewarding.”

The Jeremy Willson Charitable Trust
a charity registered in England and Wales. No. 1114871