Make a difference and achieve a new badge
The ‘Making Tracks in the Community’ Programme gives Suffolk Scouts the opportunity to achieve a new activity badge by being kind and making a difference within their community. It is also part of our ambition at Zest to be compassionate and supportive to young adults with incurable illnesses and every day we are making tracks to ensure they have a smooth transition from children’s hospice services into adult care.
Through this specialist care, young adults, aged 14 upwards, with challenging conditions are able to fulfil their aspirations, whether this is to manage their symptoms, access opportunities in the community and reduce loneliness by enabling them to meet and have fun with friends.
Zest makes such a difference to young people’s daily lives
and we are asking Suffolk Scouts to do the same.
We would love to see the ‘tracks’ that Scouts leave within the community, so if you would like to share an experience or pictures of a Scouts journey, please share on social media and use the hashtag #MakingTracksForZest or email us at email@example.com