Welcome to Affinity Sutton's National Ambassadors. Find out who are our ambassadors are and how they hope to make a difference within their communities. Our National Ambassadors are a team of 16-25 year olds who volunteer their time to help us to improve our services for young people. 

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National Ambassador Rapport 

LaurenLauren - Kent.

I become a National Ambassador in order to make a change for young people. I would like to ensure there is more support for young care leavers suffering with mental health issues.

I am also passionate about nursing and my future career goal is to become a paediatric nurse.


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Frankiee- Bromley

The reason I became a National Ambassador is because I want to help raise awareness of mental health issues.

I am a single parent with a young daughter and I wouldn’t change my daughter for the world but I would change the world for my daughter. This is me making my change.


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Callum - Bradford

I became a National Ambassador in order to make a difference and help a wider community other than my own. I am currently a volunteer youth worker, working with people aged from 8-16 years old. My dream is to make sure that young people have the right support in order to support the next generation.



KayaKaya - Kent

I am currently studying at college and my passion is to help and care for vulnerable people. I became an ambassador to help improve support for domestic violence victims and people with mental health issues.



BeckiBecki - Bolton.

I became a National Ambassador because I want to be able to make a difference in peoples lives. I am extremely passionate about fostering and I want to change peoples opinions about young people.  I also want to learn more about what Clarion offer and continue learning and developing my skills.




Robbo - Kent.

 I am currently in full time education and I hope to gain employment in education.

I applied to become a National Ambassador because I want to improve my confidence and raise awareness & support for those suffering with mental health issues.



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To find out more about our Ambassador Project watch the short video below.